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Disney Dreamlight Valley is out now on PC, Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox, and is included in Game Pass.
If you haven’t heard by now, the farm-life sim genre that gave us classics such as Animal Crossing and Stardew Valley is getting a new entry soon. Disney Dreamlight Valley is, in large part, exactly what it sounds like: a House of Mouse spin on the popular genre where characters such as Isabelle and Tom Nook are replaced by Princess Jasmine and Scrooge McDuck.
In many ways, Disney Dreamlight Valley looks to Nintendo’s dominant life sim for guidance, which means the two games play a lot alike in some regards. For example, both drop you into the world as a newcomer inheriting a fixer-upper of a home in a town full of friendly faces eager for a meet-and-greet. Both also let you live out your days on your own schedule with activities like fishing, mining, shopping, cooking, and more.
The (eventually) free-to-play game will require a Founder’s Pack to get into the early access period, which the team at Gameloft says will last about a year.