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Here are the patch notes for Dreamlight Valley’s ‘The Laugh Floor’ update

Dreamlight Valley Rift in Time

Today at 2pm GMT/9am ET, Disney Dreamlight Valley’s next major update drops. That’s in just over an hour. Called ‘The Laugh Floor’, it adds characters from Monsters Inc. into the mix, and a whole lot more.

So what can Disney Dreamlight Valley players expect from The Laugh Floor update? The main thing, of course, is a new Realm landing in the game: head into the castle and you’ll find a door leading to the world of Monsters Inc. As we correctly predicted last week, you’ll be able to unlock Sully and Mike Wazowski, who both come with their own suite of friendship quests.

But it’s not all about Monsters Inc. A host of updates are making their way to Disney Dreamlight Valley according to the patch notes. Two free gifts will be waiting for you: a ‘Partners’ statue for your Valley, and a Dreamlight Armor outfit to wear. Along with these, you’ll now have new ways to customise your avatar, including contact lenses, new skin tones and even new ears.

Scrooge McDuck’s store is also getting a bit of a makeover. More new items will be added every day, and you’ll also be able to buy doors from him once again.

In terms of bug fixes, you can expect plenty of those too. You can find a full run-down in the patch notes published on the official Dreamlight Valley website, but we’ve summarised the key changes below:

  • Wild Tangles Swarm, Missing Prince, Flying Metal Nuisance, Seed of Memories and other quests have all received fixes.
  • ‘Initialization Error #101’ issue has been fixed on loading
  • Issue with Wall-E’s garden disappearing has been fixed
  • Issue with claiming DreamSnaps rewards has been fixed

Remember to check out the update when it lands later today. We’re looking forward to welcoming some new friends to our village – especially such fuzzy ones. And Mike Wazowski.

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.