Gameloft has released a big update for Disney Dreamlight Valley, as well as adding Act 2 of the Rift in Time DLC expansion pack.

The Thrills & Frills update adds an important character to the base game Valley: Daisy Duck! Daisy arrives with her own Friendship Quests, unlockable items, and a new building, the Boutique.

Once the Boutique is up and running, players can help decorate the shop with custom Touch of Magic designs, and show them off to visiting friends. As an added bonus, friends can always visit each other’s Boutiques without needing to be on a multiplayer Valley Visit, so you can always check out their latest fashions.

By completing Daisy’s requests and filling out the Boutique, players can unlock new clothing and furniture to use in Touch of Magic, as well as exclusive items.

The Thrills & Frills update also adds a new Star Path inspired by Disney Parks, called “A Day at Disney.” Players can add Disney rides and attractions inspired by Mickey’s Toontown and Toy Story Land among others, and even ride on them and take selfies.

Other updates include multiplayer selfies and activities, new weekly DreamSnapes challenges, and an enhanced premium shop.

Owners of the Rift in Time expansion can now explore the second act to Eternity Isle. Oswald the rabbit joins the team by helping thwart Jafar’s evil schemes, and adds another Friendship Quest and monochromatic styles. Plus, new fragments, ancient parts, Scramblecoin figurines, and animal companions.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is a life sim set in the Disneyverse. Players create their own avatar and customize their Valley, restoring and helping various Disney characters, engaging in minigames, and designing their own home, clothing, and furniture. It’s available on PC (Steam, Epic), Mac, PlayStation, Switch, Xbox, and the Apple Arcade store. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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