You might have seen the PS5 Digital Extremes demo at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
It’s an early version of DreamLab, a PS4 app that lets you play through a variety of digital environments and then share them with friends.
It lets you see your progress on the map and use it to plan your next trip to a virtual reality room.
You can even try out a virtual walk around the park and see what the virtual environments look like.
DreamLab’s launch was a bit of a disappointment.
The app was released a few months too early, and its release has now been delayed by a month, with a new beta version coming to the PS4 on August 18.
The PS4 version ofDreamLab does include some extra features, but those are far more limited than those available to other PS4 owners.
For one, it’s not available in the PS Store.
DreamLab will only work on the PSN store, which means it will only run on PS4 hardware.
PSN is currently only available for the PS3, PS Vita, PS4, and Xbox 360.
And while the PSVR and Oculus Rift are the only headsets that support DreamLab at the moment, the Rift is currently limited to PSVR.
Dream Lab on the PlayStation 4.
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