It’s winter in Disney Valley of Dreams. Snow wilts the branches of the trees and the town square is adorned with lights and other holiday decorations. On Tuesday, Gameloft released a new Disney Valley of Dreams update, adding new decorations and holiday recipes alongside the long-awaited toy story updated with beloved heroes Woody and Buzz Lightyear.
New toy story The kingdom unlocks Andy’s childhood bedroom, where you’ll shrink to toy size and recruit Buzz and Woody to come live in Dreamlight Valley – after helping them create a Star Command post and to “learn the magic of childhood memories”, respectively, according to Gameloft. Once you arrive in town, you can befriend the two toys, which will also bring a “new resident from beyond the stars” to town – Stitch from Lilo & Stitchaccording to the update trailer.
The festive path of the stars, which is Disney Valley of DreamsThe battle pass, if you will, will have plenty of holiday stuff to unlock by paying or playing, like new outfits for Merlin, Mickey, and your own character. There are also gifts and other festive decorations. Elsewhere, new recipes, snowmen, and outfits are available for free. Additionally, Gameloft said “party activities” are planned for later in December.
Gameloft has also pushed a bunch of performance fixes. Nintendo Switch gamers will be pleased to hear that the developer has put a “tremendous emphasis” on Nintendo Switch performance – but other platforms should perform better too. Gameloft said it reduced load times, decreased install size, and fixed memory leaks responsible for “reduced performance and crashes under certain circumstances.”
For Steam Deck players, Gameloft said Disney Valley of Dreams is now “fully compatible” and verified by Valve.
Other Gameloft quality-of-life fixes include better wood resource distribution, allowing creatures to be fed multiple times per day, and better selection at Kristoff’s resource stall. Buggy questlines, like Lair Sweet Lair and Peacemakers, have also been fixed. Gameloft has a track issues on Trello where players can track early access game performance issues.