Sim life game Disney Dreamlight Valley has officially left Early Access with another big free update, as well as the launch of the first paid expansion pack.

The 1.0 launch and update adds a highly requested feature — multiplayer! Up to four players can now explore each other’s valleys together, trade and craft items, and buy new gear at Scrooge’s Store.

The update also adds Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, just in time for the holidays. A new seasonal pass, the Royal Winter Star Path, adds new seasonal cosmetic gear to purchase and earn.

The expansion pass, A Rift in Time, adds the all-new location of Eternity Isle. Eternity Isle features its own storyline and characters, including Gaston, Rapunzel, and Jafar. The expansion will trickle-release content in three acts, with the first act available now.

“With today’s global launch, we extend a thank-you to the over 5 million players that have joined us during our Early Access period,” said Matthieu Dupont, studio manager, Gameloft Montreal. “The engagement and feedback of our community have been the cornerstone to adding new characters and features to Disney Dreamlight Valley. And whether you’re a new addition to the Valley or someone who has been faithfully removing Night Thorns for over a year now, we can’t wait to continue bringing you robust content updates.”

Disney Dreamlight Valley was originally designed to go free-to-play when it left Early Access, but that’s no longer the case. Instead it’s a premium game ($39.99), with optional purchasable star paths, and now purchasable expansion packs. That’s a bit pricey, but the game is also pretty dang great if you enjoy life sims and the all-powerful brand of Disney animation.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is available now on PC (Steam, Epic) and Mac, PlayStation, Switch, Xbox, and Apple Arcade.

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