Disney Dreamlight Valley DreamSnaps Update Patch Notes Released

Disney's Dreamlight Valley is about to get a sugar rush of an update with DreamSnaps, its first multiplayer feature, and much more, according to the recently released patch notes.
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On July 19th at 1 PM UTC/9 AM ET, Disney Dreamlight Valley is set to introduce a bunch of updates, promising new quests, a multiplayer feature called DreamSnaps, and an array of improvements. These updates not only add new content but also enhance the gaming experience by fixing bugs and improving the overall quality of life in the Valley.

Highlighting the updates, DreamSnaps allows players to participate in weekly photo challenges, sparking community engagement and creativity. Participants can earn a range of prizes, including Moonstones, furniture, and clothing items. It should be noted, however, that Touch of Magic Clothing and Furniture are incompatible with DreamSnaps and cannot be included in submissions.

Vanellope, the lovable character from Wreck-It Ralph, will soon grace the Valley, offering new Friendship Quests and the opportunity to earn new items. To make it easier to keep up with Vanellope, the energy drain during hovering has been slashed by approximately 80%.

Switch-specific performance improvements have also been a priority. To reduce crash rates, the video capture feature of the Nintendo Switch has been deactivated. Despite this, video capture via capture card and screenshot capture will continue to function as normal. General stability on Nintendo Switch has also been improved, with ongoing work towards further optimization.

Scrooge McDuck’s Store inventory has been slightly adjusted to reduce the chance of duplicate items appearing. This is an early step as the team further investigates possible future changes.

The forthcoming update also addresses a variety of bugs. Fixes include resolving hanging issues at the loading screen for Xbox users, correcting mismatched visuals and names in Scrooge McDuck’s Store, and addressing problems that prevent progression or completion in multiple quests.

Other notable fixes include the resolution of a soft lock encountered by Switch players when exiting Edit Mode after long Valley editing sessions, and the correction of a bug that transferred the design print of certain t-shirts to newly-equipped ones on PlayStation 4.

In addition, there were patches for other issues such as problems in tracking quests from the Menu, issues with changing the Avatar’s pose in Photo Mode, and an incorrect on-screen input displayed during the fishing minigame.

Here’s the full list of details from the patch:


  • Flex your creativity and compete in weekly, community-wide photo challenges with DreamSnaps! Each week, earn a variety of prizes for participating, including Moonstones, furniture, and clothing items!

*** Please note: Touch of Magic Clothing and Furniture are not compatible with DreamSnaps and cannot be included in submissions in order to keep the feature a fun environment for all players.

  • Vanellope loads into the Valley, bringing with her some sweet new Friendship Quests and items to earn!
  • Keep up with Vanellope with more efficient hovering. The energy drain when hovering has been reduced by ~80%, giving you more bang for your energy buck!
  • The video capture feature built into the Nintendo Switch hardware has been disabled, helping reduce the frequency of crash rates. The dev team is continuing to closely monitor this topic as they consider further changes to improve performance.

*** Please note: Video capture via capture card and screenshot capture on Switch are unaffected and will continue to function as expected.

  • General stability has been improved on Nintendo Switch. We continue to explore further means of optimization for future updates.
  • The inventory of Scrooge McDuck’s Store has received a slight rebalance to reduce the chance of duplicates appearing. This is a small, preliminary tweak as we investigate this topic further and look into changes that could be made for future updates.


  • Fixed an issue which caused the game to hang at the initial loading screen for some Xbox players.
  • Fixed an issue which caused certain bordered paths to display with flipped borders when placed.
  • Fixed an issue in which certain item visuals and names did not match in Scrooge McDuck’s Store.
  • Fixed an issue in which players were unable to hang out with Fairy Godmother.
  • “The Remembered” quest: Fixed an issue in which players were unable to find The Forgotten after experiencing a game crash.
  • “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Oops” quest: Fixed an issue which prevented players from giving the gathered materials to Fairy Godmother.
  • “Hakuna Matata” quest: Fixed an issue that caused the Relaxing Oasis to disappear.
  • “Sprouting a Story” quest: Fixed an issue which prevented progression in this quest if the Story Book was given to WALL·E in the Dazzle Beach or Glade of Trust biomes.
  • “An Important Night at the Restaurant” quest: Fixed an issue which prevented the player from interacting with the Service Hatch.
  • Fixed an issue in which Switch players would occasionally encounter a soft lock when attempting to exit Edit Mode after editing their Valley for an extended period of time.
  • Fixed an issue in which Rapunzel’s Summer Sundrop Gown and the Swan-Feather Pearl Necklace would appear in the Touch of Magic tool. Please note, any custom designs made using these two items will be removed.
  • Fixed an issue on PlayStation 4 in which the design print of certain t-shirts would transfer to newly-equipped t-shirts.
  • Fixed an issue in which players were unable to track Quests from the Menu.
  • Fixed an issue which prevented the player from changing their Avatar’s pose in Photo Mode when welcoming a new character to the Valley.
  • Fixed an issue in which the wrong input is displayed on-screen during the fishing minigame.
  • Fixed a rare game freeze that would occur on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 when signing out of PSN.
  • Various localization fixes.
  • Various visual and sound fixes.
  • Various additional bug fixes, optimizations and performance stability improvements.
Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage is the founder and editor-in-chief of Try Hard Guides. He has been covering and writing about video games for over 9 years. He is a 2013 graduate of the Academy of Art University with an A.A. in Web Design and New Media. In his off-time, he enjoys playing video games, watching bad movies, and spending time with his family.


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