A Rift in Time, the first expansion for Disney Dreamlight Valley, and its online multiplayer feature were both unveiled.

A Rift in Time, the first expansion for Disney Dreamlight Valley, and its online multiplayer feature were both unveiled.

Gameloft releases a new content schedule.

The inaugural Disney Dreamlight Valley Showcase, a brand-new live stream format that gives fans of Disney Dreamlight Valley regular doses of delicious details about impending upgrades, taught us a lot.

After it was announced last month that the game will become available for purchase in December and go out of early access, some unexpected details about what’s to come in the next months were revealed.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is a life simulator that is similar to Animal Crossing New Horizons, for those who are unaware. But instead of being surrounded by cute animals, your customisable town is populated by vibrant Disney characters. There is definitely something appealing about growing vegetables next to WALL-E and Daffy Duck, and as a result, the game has had a successful early access time on PC and Xbox.

The revelation of A Rift in Time, the first paid expansion for the game, which will be released in three parts next year, was undoubtedly the greatest reveal of the day. The time-bending Eternity Isle is a brand-new open-world location to explore in this addition, which centres on a new plot that follows Aladdin’s evil Jafar’s schemes.

Three new biomes may be found on Eternity Isle: the enigmatic Ancient’s Landing, the intensely heated Glittering Dunes, and the thick jungles of Wild Tangle. Numerous new characters are also introduced in each of these sections, such as EVE from Wall-E and Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. This extra world costs $29.99 and is around the same size as the one in the base game.

Additionally, it was confirmed that an online multiplayer mode will soon be available, allowing you to finally show off your town to pals. The Nightmare Before Christmas’s Jack Skellington will be added to the game on December 5 as part of a larger, free update. The upgrade and the recently unveiled Apple Arcade version allow Apple Arcade subscribers to play Disney Dreamlight Valley on their compatible Apple devices right away.

 

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