Disney Dreamlight Valley 2023 roadmap leaks Olaf for February

The much-anticipated Disney Dreamlight Valley The 2023 roadmap has revealed two new characters for February, an obvious addition and a not-so-obvious addition. The “extraordinarily understated new villager” will be Encanto’s Mirabel Madrigal, but if you squint at the image below, you’ll also spot the arm of a “special snowman” Olaf.

Disney Dreamlight Valley February 2023 Update patch notes

Disney Dreamlight Valley 2023 Roadmap

Alongside the two new villagers, Gameloft has promised that players will finally discover the mysteries of the Frosted Heights biome. In other words, players will be taken on a journey to obtain the orb needed to remove forgetting from that area. There will also be a new Starpath themed around Disney’s 100th anniversary.

An exact date for the February update hasn’t been announced, but the roadmap gives us an idea of ​​what’s coming to Disney Dreamlight Valley later in 2023. April will see a brand new Realm, new characters including Simba The Lion King, a Disney Parks themed Starpath and “more surprises”.

A “princess” is introduced to the valley early in the summer when forgetting becomes more popular. The image implies that the Forgotten Lands biome will be heavily involved. Finally, as the year progresses, there will be multiplayer, more characters, more realms, and more cosmetics like clothes and furniture to collect. However, there is still no information about Mysterious Golden Potato or when the game will be free to play.

https://www.gamerevolution.com/news/933141-disney-dreamlight-valley-2023-roadmap-olaf-release-date-february Disney Dreamlight Valley 2023 roadmap leaks Olaf for February

Emma Bowman

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