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Disney Dreamlight Valley – Gameplay Overview Trailer

Disney Dreamlight Valley will be out in Early Access in September. Check out the gameplay overview trailer below and then come back here for thoughts on the game!

Disney Dreamlight Valley will be out for Early Access on September 6th, 2022. Early Access will be available on PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and gamepass!

If you’re a fan of simulation games like Harvest Moon or Rune Factory, then you’ll likely find this game very interesting. Disney Dreamlight Valley will have farming, fishing, adventuring into caves, decorating your home, and more.

The new trailer shows off the fishing, farming, crafting, adventuring, and some home decorating. It also shows off some of the many Disney and Pixar characters that you’ll encounter in the game.

Dreamlight Valley looks like a lot of fun. The fishing looks great and farming looks like it’ll be pretty easy. The house decorating looks amazing. You can even create an arcade in your house if you want! And the clothes can be customized too. Adventuring looks neat too. You can wander into caves and deep underground. No combat was shown off so its unknown if thats a factor. We wouldn’t be shocked to see some combat though.

Disney Dreamlight Valley will be a free-to-play experience when the full game is released. It hasn’t been announced what you’ll actually have to pay for in the Early Access and in the full game. Hopefully it’ll be small things like clothes and some furniture and such and not like “you must pay to open this area.” Also no multiplayer has been shown off either. Time will tell.

Overall, Disney Dreamlight Valley is looking great. For those who have gamepass and like simulation games, this game will be a must play in September!

What do you think of Disney Dreamlight Valley? Will you be checking it out?

 

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