Disney’s next Dreamlight Valley update will fix Switch crashes and more

Disney Valley of Dreams is receiving its first update next week, which will include a series of fixes, including one to reduce the number of Nintendo Switch crashes that some players are currently experiencing.

Advertised via Disney Dreamlight Valley Twitter account (opens in a new tab), developer Gameloft said, “Over the past few days, your feedback has been extremely helpful in identifying some key issues.” The tweet continues: “We’re happy to report that we were able to fix some of them and have an update on the way! We’re aiming for a release next week.”

In a follow-up Tweeter (opens in a new tab), the developer revealed the list of fixes. First, players can expect “Improved Founder’s Pack Claim”, “Fix for Error 7”, “Reduced Switch Crashes”, “Improved Dream Frequency Shard” and “several fixes for quest progression related to inaccessible, missing, and unrecognized items.”

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Following this, the developer also share (opens in a new tab)“As we move into next week, we will confirm with you the timing of the locked update so you can plan accordingly. Thank you so much for your support in reporting these issues!” The tweet continues, “we have even more fixes in the works for future updates and will continue to keep you posted!” So expect an improved version of Disney Dreamlight Valley over time.

In other Disney Dreamlight Valley news, the game was recently revealed to be one of the September Xbox Game Pass Games – allowing those with an active subscription to play the game at no additional cost, giving you the perfect excuse to try out this magical life simulation. If you’ve ever lived your best life in gaming, you’ll already know that Disney Dreamlight Valley lets you do guerrilla marketing for Scrooge McDuck.

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