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Disney Dreamlight Valley gets a free update and expansion on 1st May

Disney Dreamlight Valley
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Disney Dreamlight Valley fans might want to clear their calendar on 1st May – that’s when the next free update and next chapter of the expansion will be released for the game, bringing a wealth of new content.

The next free update for Disney Dreamlight Valley will be called Thrills & Frills, and it will offer players the chance to befriend Daisy Duck. And of course, a new friend means a new Friendship Quest line. To win Daisy Duck over, players will need to lend her their creativity and fashion sense, but it won’t be for naught; do a good job and you’ll get your very own Boutique. This is key to being able to sell your own custom designs, and you’ll even be able to invite your friends to take look. The free Thrills & Frills update will include some improvements to the game’s multiplayer features, too, such as being able to complete activities together and take selfies.

As good as the free update sounds, however, it’s the new expansion for Disney Dreamlight Valley that players are likely to be more excited about. Those who own the Disney Dreamlight Valley: A Rift in Time Expansion Pass will be able to download Act II: The Spark of Imagination on 1st May, which will allow them to learn more about the mysterious Eternity Isle alongside yet another new friend – Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Players will find this new friend in the secret temple found at Ancient’s Landing, and engage in a new and expansive questline that will also involve EVE, Gaston and Rapunzel.

Rounding everything off for Disney Dreamlight Valley players will be a new Star Path, featuring attractions such as an Alien Swing. The Premium Shop will have new items too, ranging from additional Parks attractions to special clothing items.

Check out the developer update below for more on what’s coming to Disney Dreamlight Valley on 1st May.

Editor in Chief // An avid gamer since discovering the wonders of the Acorn Electron in the '80s, Rich has nearly played more games than he's had hot dinners. Not one to put all his eggs in one basket, Rich is happy to play games of all genres, but he particularly enjoys racing games and anything that's full of non-stop action, especially if it includes a good dose of humour, horror or crudeness!