Major Disney Dreamlight Valley Patch Featuring Scar Gets a Timing Update
Disney Dreamlight Valley’s upcoming patch is coming in about three weeks.
The update, which also adds The Lion King character, Scar, will be coming this fall, but Disney is yet to pin down an actual release date.
“The next bug fixes will be released as part of the first content update featuring Scar, this fall,” they confirmed via Twitter. “While we can't share exact timing yet, we are targeting a release in around 3 weeks.”
Although the developers didn’t give a definite date, they did confirm that this will be separate from the current Star Path end date. They also gave an update on what they consider to be priority issues in the game:
“Expect updates on the following in the coming weeks as we get closer to locking fixes: Preventing progress loss, Missing Founder's Pack rewards, Console crashes.”
As well as these priority issues, the patch will also include over 40 bug foxes, such as PS4 optimizations, Lightning VFX, two quest fixes, Switch audio distortion, and an issue where rain doesn't water crops.
Additionally, the patch will also add an improved photo mode and more avatar poses.
“We know it can be frustrating to run into bugs or issues, so we appreciate your patience,” they stated. “There are a ton of fixes coming and many are thanks to your helpful issue reports! Stay tuned for more status updates in the coming weeks and thanks again.”
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IGN’s Dreamlight Valley review gave it 8/10 and said: “Disney Dreamlight Valley is an awesome life simulator that flexes its iconic characters to riveting, satisfying effect. Adding these instantly recognizable villagers to your magical kingdom and forging friendships with them through quests is a blast, even when many of those amount to mundane village errands.”
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