It has lastly occurred! Dream, the Minecraft YouTuber who shot into reputation doing Minecraft speedruns, has finished a face divulge to the 30+ million subscribers he has, who’re additionally in all probability the one ones who by some means had been extremely excited for this in a video titled “hello, I’m Dream.” uploaded to YouTube some time in the past which has 18 million views at current.
Dream will shift to IRL content material after the face reveal
Within the video, Dream stalls for some time earlier than lastly taking off his iconic masks and exhibiting followers who actually is behind that lime-green Minecraft pores and skin.
And effectively there’s not a lot you’ll be able to say should you’re not somebody who completely loves him and his content material though it have to be stated that fairly a number of web customers really feel that he resembles MatPat, whereas others simply suppose he appears to be like like a mean human. This was not a shock since he himself had created a good bit of hype about it by tweeting out that he was going to do it a number of hours earlier than his Livestream went stay.
The explanation behind doing it now could be since his pal and co-creator, George (a.okay.a GeorgeNotFound) is now transferring in with him and so Dream (or Clay, which we now know is his precise title after the face reveal video) shall be seen extra usually.
He additionally says that whereas his Minecraft content material gained’t change and wouldn’t have a facecam, he’ll be making a shift to IRL content material which is definitely one thing value trying ahead to.
That’s just about it though his face reveal has gotten fairly a little bit of consideration (with each constructive and adverse undertones because it’s the web) and it must be attention-grabbing to see how his content material evolves within the coming instances.
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