Popular YouTube content creator Dream confirms in a community update that he will finally be doing a face reveal video in the near future after about three years of being masked. Regularly maintaining millions of YouTube viewers, Dream's next video may be his biggest yet as he unveils the face behind the Minecraft character.

Dream is known for posting Minecraft videos to YouTube frequently, with many reaching over 10 million views garnered from his impressive subscriber pool of more than 30 million. In Dream's most recent YouTube clip, his friends BadBoyHalo, GeorgeNotFound, and Sapnap chased him around the map trying to defeat him in a speedrunner against hunter scenario, but it's what Dream posted to his channel afterward that got the attention of much of his audience. In a standard text post for his channel that has been liked by over 262,000 YouTube fans since September 19, Dream stated, among other important news, that his next upload will feature a face reveal.


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According to Dream, GeorgeNotFound is moving in with the Dream Team in Florida, having finally acquired his visa, and they're preparing for a real-life Minecraft manhunt. Referring to his long-awaited face reveal, Dream stated that "the mask is coming off," and he "can't wait to start meeting" his fans in person once they can put a face to the content. Teasing future projects, Dream hinted that he's a combination of nervous and excited, but like with his upload schedule so far, fans of his YouTube content can expect more "epic Minecraft."

During a Discord chat not long ago, Dream suggested that he'd like to do the much-anticipated face reveal during a weekend, potentially to maximize the amount of his audience that can watch the video. Dream hinted that this face reveal may happen this weekend or next, depending on when fellow content creator GeorgeNotFound is able to join the Dream Team in person, adding more pressure for the English YouTuber to move to Florida. GeorgeNotFound confirmed that his visa showed up on September 18, and the ball has been rolling on his Florida move since.

The top response to Dream's community update about his face reveal expressed that seeing who's behind the content isn't as important as him meeting his best friend "after almost ten years." While all of Dream's current fans have known him as the crude smiley-faced character, some have speculated that future Dream fans may grow up only knowing his real identity rather than the persona he adopted with his channel inception in 2019.

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