Disney Dreamlight Valley Realms List: Frozen, Moana, Wall-E, And More
In Disney’s Dreamlight Valley, the farm life sim goes beyond superficial comparisons to Animal Crossing, thanks in large part to Realms. It’s a feature that lets you travel outside of your titular community to spend time in the worlds of popular Disney and Pixar characters. Completing their quests will earn you new cosmetic and monetary rewards, while – perhaps most importantly – allowing new characters to enter your community. Here’s everything we know about Realms so far, including a list of all announced Realms and more we can expect.
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Realms are Disney Dreamlight Valley story missions, each taking you to a different Disney or Pixar world, and eventually, characters from all over the world will move into your community. At launch, Gameloft has announced four areas, although the team also suggested that more areas are getting free updates.
The four areas currently announced are:
Expect this list to grow significantly over the next year and beyond. in the game, There are a total of 28 Realms recommended for your castle in Realms Might be in the game someday, as there are many unmarked doors around the foyer, near the four that lead you to the aforementioned realm. These areas will likely be drawn from many of the same (if not identical) brands seen elsewhere in the game.
For example, clothing and furniture representing series such as The Little Mermaid, Cars, and Toy Story are already in the game, but have yet to be confirmed as a Realm destination. We fully expect that to change in Early Access next year and beyond.
If you’re curious, here are other brands already in the game that might hint at Realms in the future:
- mickey and friends
- Sword in the Stone
- beauty and the Beast
- sabotage ralph
- Lion King
- little mermaid
- Monsters, Inc.
- Toy Story
- Lilo and Stitch
- The Incredibles
- light years
Of course, even this list omits a few brands that seem likely, like Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, and Encanto. But that’s what the early access game is like; you may not know all the work going on until it’s announced or it arrives later. Cheer up your mouse ears and bring more realms into Disney’s Valley of Lights.
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