Disney Dreamlight Valley kicks off in April with the next update and the arrival of Simba

Disney Dreamlight Valley fans have been patiently waiting for the next update, and the developers have finally delivered the news we’ve all been waiting for. Following the roadmap released earlier this year, we already had a good idea of ​​what to expect from Disney Dreamlight Valley this year, but they’ve raised the curtain on what to expect for the April update.

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The fourth free update will be released on April 5th and should be a hit. We don’t know exactly what’s in this update, but the tweet from the official Disney Dreamlight Valley Twitter page let us know that we’ll be getting an adult Simba, as well as a new Starpath celebrating Disney parks.

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The tease also says a new realm will most likely be for Simba, although it wouldn’t be the first time we’d get a surprise character. For example, in the last update 2022 we got a surprise stitch. Until the developers release more details, we don’t have much more information on what this fourth update will contain, but nonetheless, it should be a fun update for Dreamlight fans. After all, who doesn’t want to add more Disney Park content to their Valley?

Additionally, we can look a little further ahead with the knowledge that multiplayer will be coming to the game sometime this year. It’s currently unknown if this update will coincide with Dreamlight’s exit from Early Access, but we’re hoping to add more inventory space alongside the multiplayer. It’s definitely something a lot of fans want.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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Curtis Crabtree

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