Is Disney Dreamlight Valley on Xbox Game Pass?

Is Disney Dreamlight Valley on Xbox Game Pass?


Wondering if Disney’s Dreamlight Valley is on Xbox Game Pass and which Founder’s Edition subscribers will get?

Is Disney Dreamlight Valley On Xbox Game Pass?

Published on September 6, 2022

Disney’s Dreamlight Valley Early Access Period has begun. The charming hybrid title, which has elements of a life-sim and an adventure, is not to be missed, and some gamers are wondering if they can get it for free as an Xbox Game Pass subscriber.

This article titled “Is Disney Dreamlight Valley on Xbox Game Pass?” It answers the question. And it explains which version of the Founder’s Pack, along with its extra rewards, players can get through Xbox Game Pass.

Disney Dreamlight Valley on Xbox Game Pass

Disney'S Dreamlight Valley Xbox Game Pass Rewards Early Access To The Free Founder'S Pack
Enter a world of magic and wonder, meet iconic characters and more with Xbox Game Pass for free. (Image: Disney/Gameloft)

We won’t waste any of your time on this. Disney’s Dreamlight Valley is available on Xbox Game Pass. From September 6, 2022 at 13:00 UTC. You can pre-install the game (approximately 10GB download) and start playing as soon as it’s launched.

As with the nature of Xbox Game Pass, there’s no word on how long Disney’s Dreamlight Valley will be available to subscribers, as some games will be removed after several months.

As we discussed in another article, there are three editions of the Disney Dreamlight Valley Founder’s Pack, from Standard to Deluxe and Ultima. The next part of this article shows the version that Xbox Game Pass subscribers get for free.

Xbox Game Pass Disney’s Dreamlight Valley Edition.

Disney'S Dreamlight Valley Xbox Game Pass Rewards Early Access To The Free Founder'S Pack
Xbox Game Pass subscribers get the standard Disney Dreamlight Valley Founder’s Pack for free. (Image: Disney/Gameloft)

Xbox Game Pass subscribers get the “standard” Founder’s Pack version of Disney’s Dreamlight Valley.

But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some cool rewards for players. Check out the Disney Dreamlight Valley Founder’s Pack Standard Edition rewards below.

  • Early Access to Disney’s Dreamlight Valley
  • 8,000 Moonstones (in-game currency)
  • This amount of Moonstone can be used to activate the Premium Star Trail, which provides additional rewards for up to 3 seasons.
  • Special Standard Headset and Spirit Jersey (2 wearable items).
  • Special Standard Furniture Collection (7 decorative items).
  • Special standard wall and floor coverings (2 decorative items).
  • Unique standard design themes (3 styles to use in Magic Touch).

That’s a decent set of rewards for the “standard” edition, in our opinion. Keep in mind that Disney’s Dreamlight Valley is an Early Access title, so we expect some bugs and glitches.

What if you want Disney Dreamlight Valley Deluxe or Ultimate Edition? Well, then you need to spend some money. The builders Explain: “As an Xbox Game Pass member, you can purchase any of the Disney Dreamlight Valley Founder’s Pack Editions by visiting our Xbox or Microsoft Store listings.”

For reference, the Deluxe Edition costs $49.99, and the Ultimate Edition costs $69.99. This purchase is not required to play Disney Dreamlight Valley as an Xbox Game Pass subscriber.

Check out the title’s gameplay overview below to get familiar.

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So there you have it, Disney’s Dreamlight Valley is on Xbox Game Pass, and you’ve got a Founder’s Pack Standard Edition full of goodies to make your adventure even better.

For more information on the game, check out our section dedicated to Disney Dreamlight Valley news, guides, features and more.

Image courtesy of Disney/Gameloft.

Written by Vessel Mini

Acting Senior Editor at GNX, Wessel reviews the latest content for our readers. When he’s not working, he watches tournament sports, dies over and over again in Soulsborne titles, and plans to spend another 100 hours in Stardew Valley.

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