Gameloft has shared a gameplay trailer for its free-to-play life-simulation adventure game Disney Dreamlight Valley, demonstrating what you can do in-game on your first day.
Soon entering early access on Nintendo Switch, after creating your own personalised avatar you will arrive in the dream world of Dreamlight Valley. Your quest is to restore a once-idyllic village that is left desolate after a mysterious event called The Forgetting leaves it covered in Night Thorns.
Uncover the mysterious secrets that led you to this new world and explore diverse realms inspired by classic Disney and Pixar worlds, while helping the iconic inhabitants of the town recover their lost memories. In this experience, players will meet and build friendships with beloved characters from Mickey & Friends to Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, and Moana to Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story and more.
Dive in and immerse in a multitude of unique individualized story arcs and enjoy activities with some of the village’s most memorable characters, such as whipping up a delectable Disney-themed dishes alongside Remy from Disney and Pixar’s Ratatouille inside of your own village restaurant, fishing at the fishing hole with Goofy, or growing vegetables from Wall•E’s garden patch.
Players will be able to design the Disney and Pixar villages of their dreams across multiple unique biomes, ranging from the snowy mountains of the Frosted Heights to the Peaceful Meadow and beyond – with a wealth of customization options for their avatars, homes, and villages. The game will feature an ever-evolving list of Disney-princess-inspired ballgowns, Mickey-adorned streetwear, Frozen-inspired antique kitchen designs, and more.
Disney Dreamlight Valley will release as a free-to-play game digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in 2023. However, those that purchase the Founder’s Pack will be able to play the game in Early Access from 6th September 2022, in which you receive “exclusive rewards” that can be carried across once the game launches next year.