News | Disney Dreamlight Valley will not be free-to-play upon release

Disney Dreamlight Valley will not be Free To Play when the game is officially released.

Gameloft has announced this. The game has been playable via early access for quite some time and now costs 29.99 euros. Initially, the game was planned to become free-to-play when the official release takes place on December 5. However, that is no longer the case.

According to Gameloft, they have decided to make it a paid release to ensure that the game can continue to be supported. “It’s important to us that we can continue to release free updates with new characters, environments, clothing, furniture and more surprises. That’s why we’ve made the decision to keep the game paid for the foreseeable future.”

As can be seen in the diagram above, different versions of the game will be available upon release. In addition, an expansion pass called A Rift in Time will be available. This will be revealed on November 1 via a livestream.

In Disney Dreamlight Valley, players with their own avatar visit a village that has been destroyed by a mysterious event called The Forgetting. Players must rebuild this village to their own taste and unravel the mystery behind this event. Ties are also created with various well-known Disney and Pixar characters. The game is playable on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.


News | Lion King update coming to Disney Dreamlight Valley on April 5

Update 4 for Disney Dreamlight Valley will be released on April 5, adding content based on The Lion King, among other things.

Gameloft hasn’t yet published a complete list of the content, but some things were shown during a Nintendo Direct last February. It is clear that The Lion King kingdom will be added to the game, as well as characters Simba and Nala.

It will be the sixth kingdom in Dreamlight Valley after the worlds of Toy Story, Frozen, Wall-E, Moana, and Ratatouille. The addition of Simba and Nala brings the game to a total of twenty-five playable characters. It remains to be seen what other content will be added via the update.

In the free-to-play Disney Dreamlight Valley, players with their own avatar visit a village destroyed by a mysterious event called The Forgetting. Players must rebuild this village according to their own taste and unravel the mystery behind this event. Ties are also created with various well-known Disney and Pixar characters.

The game is playable on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.


News | Marvel Snap will release October 18

The digital card game Marvel Snap will be released on October 18.

That was revealed yesterday during the Disney & Marvel Games Showcase. The game is currently playable in beta, but according to Nuverse and Second Dinner, the full release will take place on October 18. The game is available on PC, iOS and Android.

Announced in May, Marvel Snap is a collectible card game based on the Marvel movies and comics, bringing together heroes from all sorts of teams like the X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy. On average, a round of Marvel Snap takes three minutes. Players each have a deck of fifteen cards at their disposal.


News | More details for Disney Dreamlight Valley shown

A new trailer for Disney Dreamlight Valley has been released, which clearly explains the concept of the game.

In Disney Dreamlight Valley, players with their own avatar will visit a village destroyed by a mysterious event called The Forgetting. Players must rebuild this village to their own taste and uncover the mystery behind this event.

Ties are also created with various well-known Disney and Pixar characters. In addition, players must also restore the memories of these characters. For example, characters such as Mickey Mouse and his friends, and from cartoons such as the Lion King, the Little Mermaid, Moana and Toy Story.

In Disney Dreamlight Valley, players with their own avatar will visit a village destroyed by a mysterious event called The Forgetting. Players must rebuild this village to their own taste and uncover the mystery behind this event.

Ties are also created with various well-known Disney and Pixar characters. In addition, players must also restore the memories of these characters. For example, characters such as Mickey Mouse and his friends, and from cartoons such as the Lion King, the Little Mermaid, Moana and Toy Story.


News | Kingdom Hearts 4 Revealed

The Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event concluded with the Kingdom Hearts 4 reveal trailer. The trailer already seems to have some gameplay in it.

The Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event in Tokyo has ended. Attendees were shown a reveal trailer of the new Kingdom Hearts at the end, which is also on YouTube in the meantime. There is no English or Dutch trailer available at the time of writing (the above video contains English subtitles).

Striking is the new graphical style of the game, which looks more realistic than the cartoonish look of previous Kingdom Hearts games. In the trailer, Sora can be seen in what appears to be the city of Quadratum, hometown of the character Yozora.

Then Sora runs through town chasing a large Heartless that looks a lot like Darkside. Sora summons his Keyblade, after which a gameplay segment starts with a boss fight. Finally, the camera slides up, where two robed characters watch the fight.

Donald and Goofy can also be seen at the end of the trailer. Despite not being involved in the battle with the Heartless, they too seem to be back in the game. Nothing further is known about the story.

It is unknown when Kingdom Hearts 4 will be released. Square Enix has also not yet confirmed which platforms the game will be played on.