Check Disney Dreamlight Valley Gives Us Its First Taste

Disney Dreamlight Valley is bringing Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph and giving us our first multiplayer feature ever with the DreamSnaps update.

Disney Dreamlight Valley has kept me occupied since its early access release last year, and the simulation game isn’t showing any signs of slowing down its output of new content. A big update is headed to Dreamlight Valley this month, and it’s bringing a little bit of everything with it, from a new character to new gameplay. The DreamSnaps update will add Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph to the game along with what is essentially Disney Dreamlight Valley’s first multiplayer feature.

New content and improvements

Flex your creativity and compete in weekly, community-wide photo challenges with DreamSnaps

Each week, earn a variety of prizes for participating, including Moonstones, furniture, and clothing items

Touch of Magic Clothing and Furniture is not compatible with DreamSnaps and cannot be included in submissions to keep the feature a fun environment for all players

Vanellope loads into the Valley, bringing with her some sweet new Friendship Quests and items to earn

The energy drain when hovering has been reduced by 80%

The inventory of Scrooge McDuck’s Store has received a slight rebalance to reduce the chance of duplicates appearing

This is a small, preliminary tweak as the topic is further investigated for changes that could be made in future updates

For a more in-depth look at all of the changes coming with Disney Dreamlight Valley’s DreamSnap update, you can take a look at the game’s official patch notes on the website here.

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