Disney Dreamlight Valley no longer going free-to-play

I didn't know this game was in early access

MajorLinux - Editor-in-chief

Gameloft, the developer behind Disney Dreamlight Valley, announced today that they will no longer be making the game free-to-play when it comes out of early access on December 5th. While the game will remain the same price at launch digitally, expect to pay more for the physical version. There will also be a special edition digital version that will include extra currency and cosmetics.

Also, the life sim allegedly has an expansion coming that will cost $30. It will be called “A Rift in Time” and will contain new biomes and more characters. It is expected to be shown off on a stream on November 1st at 5pm UK time.

The game released in early access on September 6th, 2022 for the Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S and is available on Game Pass. There is no word on how long this game will remain on Game Pass if it even remains after it leaves early access.

This choice ensures that Disney Dreamlight Valley will be able to continue delivering on a premium game experience for all players. It’s important to us that we maintain our promise to keep delivering free content updates that add new characters, realms, clothing, furniture, and more surprises to your Valley.”

Source: Eurogamer

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