Highlights The Enchanted Adventure update for Disney Dreamlight Valley introduces a new themed realm based on Beauty and the Beast, with new characters Belle and Beast and friendship quests. The Premium Shop now includes Ursula’s Transformation Dream Bundle, offering exclusive quests, outfits, accessories, and furniture, along with a new look for Ursula in human form. The update also includes Halloween-themed content, such as a new Star Path called Haunted Holiday, new furniture and costumes, and a candy event from October 24 to November 1.
Gameloft published the patch notes detailing the massive Enchanted Adventure update for Disney Dreamlight Valley. The latest version of the popular life-sim-meets-adventure-game hybrid introduces a wide variety of new features and improvements, arriving mere weeks after Disney Dreamlight Valley was last treated to an update.
September 6 marked the first anniversary of Disney Dreamlight Valley reaching early access, with its official release being planned for late 2023. And though the preview version of the life sim retails at $29.99, the finished (base) game will be free to play. Before that business model shift allows Disney Dreamlight Valley to truly hit its stride, Gameloft is still planning to expand the title with quite a bit of additional content.
Its latest attempt at doing so comes in the form of Enchanted Adventure, another massive Disney Dreamlight Valley update that introduces a whole new Realm themed after Beauty and the Beast. As tends to be the case with all map additions to the game, this latest environment is filled with activities and secrets to uncover. Enchanted Adventure also adds Belle and Beast to the ever-growing list of Disney Dreamlight Valley characters. That duo can now be befriended and stationed throughout the game’s world in a manner not too dissimilar to how villagers work in the Animal Crossing series.
The newest update also refreshes the Premium Shop selection, which now includes Ursula’s Transformation Dream Bundle. This particular addition shouldn’t surprise the most avid fans, as Gameloft itself accidentally leaked the latest Disney Dreamlight Valley Dream Bundle back in August. The newly introduced package contains exclusive furniture, outfits, accessories, and quests, as well as another look for Ursula that essentially transforms her into her human form.
In terms of free-for-all content, the Enchanted Adventure update packs an entirely new quest line dedicated to helping The Forgotten settle across the game’s titular valley. New weekly DreamSnaps challenges are also part of the package, serving as a super early prelude to Halloween. That’s not the only aspect of the update dedicated to Allhallows Eve, with the latest Disney Dreamlight Valley patch also introducing yet another themed Star Path called Haunted Holiday. As per usual, this content drop includes new furniture, costumes, and decorations, all of which are intended to help the players prepare for this year’s Halloween.
The Disney Dreamlight Valley Enchanted Adventure update is available to download on all platforms as of September 13. This is likely to be one of the final early access patches for the popular life sim, which is already set to receive a special retail Cozy Edition come October 27. However, Gameloft has yet to reveal whether that date will coincide with the release of the free-to-play version of the game.Disney Dreamlight Valley Enchanted Adventure Update Patch Notes A new Realm door opens! Explore the enchanting Beauty and the Beast Realm and unearth its secrets. Two new characters! Belle and Beast arrive in the Valley, alongside brand new Friendship Quests and items. Get ready to stretch those legs! The optional Ursula’s Transformation Dream Bundle arrives in the Premium Shop, introducing a new Dream Style for Ursula that transforms her into her human form, and serves up exclusive quests, outfits, accessories and furniture. Trick AND treat! The new Haunted Holiday Star Path puts the focus on frightful fun, including a wide array of costumes and décor to help you prepare your Valley for the Halloween season. New quests! Help The Forgotten settle into the Valley over the course of the update with a series of quests. More optional items are coming to the Premium Shop for a limited time that are bound to fit your seasonal vibe, including an iconic hill, some Disneyland staples, and much more! New weekly DreamSnaps challenges to help you get in the festive spirit and show off your costuming creativity. Bring on the candy! Last year’s in-game candy event returns, giving you another chance to earn rewards by completing seasonal Dreamlight Duties, available from October 24 to November 1. Up your crafting productivity! When crafting fences and paths, you will receive more units of the crafted item. Fill out those Collections! Items previously found exclusively in pouches can now be found in Scrooge McDuck’s Store. Improved memory optimization for increased stability. Various improvements to DreamSnaps stability and performance. “Sprouting a Story” quest: Fixed an issue is which the storybook page in Mother Gothel’s house was unreachable. “What’s Left Behind” quest: Fixed an issue in which players were unable to speak with The Forgotten “Boss Up” quest: Fixed an issue in which Scar’s Lure would disappear for some players. “Meddling Mirabel” quest: Fixed an issue in which some players were unable to collect the cash register key needed to progress in this quest. “Eyes in the Dark” quest: Fixed an issue in which the bridge did not appear to lower across the river and the cutscene did not play. The Forgotten will now change their appearance to match the player’s avatar shortly after leaving the Wardrobe menu. Added new animation and VFX to The Forgotten. Various UI and localization fixes. Various visual and sound fixes. Various additional bug fixes and optimizations.
Disney Dreamlight Valley is available in early access on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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