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.