Disney Dreamlight Valley’s fifth update has not yet been given a specific release date, although the game’s roadmap indicates that it will happen in “early summer.” The roadmap hinted at a few things that fans might anticipate, like the inclusion of Cinderella and the eventual disclosure of the Forgetting’s mystery.
Gameloft, the creator, recently disclosed another somewhat minor update to the game. Players can purchase umbrellas within the game, which will be ideal for navigating Dreamlight Valley’s stormy weather!
Here is a tweet below containing a brief video of the umbrella object in use:
April showers bring May flowers! ☔✨While you'll need to dodge the rain for now, Update 5 will bring Umbrellas! pic.twitter.com/Kpy35zdNAf
— Disney Dreamlight Valley (@DisneyDLV) April 27, 2023
Gameloft has released significant upgrades for Disney Dreamlight Valley every two months. Update 2 was released in December, Update 3 in February, and Update 4 in April. If things keep going at that rate, Update 5 should arrive sometime in early June, which would fall under the “early summer” umbrella.
However, until Gameloft makes an announcement, fans must wait patiently. The game’s roadmap technically ends with Update 5, so seeing where things go from here will be interesting.
Players recently had the opportunity to provide feedback on upcoming upgrades, particularly new Disney characters they would want to see added.
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Fans can anticipate the game’s complete release at some point this year. Disney Dreamlight Valley is still in early access and is only accessible with an Xbox Game Pass subscription or by purchasing a founder’s pack.
The game will become free-to-play on all platforms after it exits early access, including Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC. As 2023 is almost halfway over, it should happen sooner rather than later for the many Disney fans patiently waiting for early access to end.