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Open The Early Access Gates With Disney Dreamlight Valley’s Founder’s Packs

Disney’s lovely, magical take on the life sim genre, Disney Dreamlight Valley, hits Early Access at the beginning of September. And while the upcoming game is going free to play in 2024, if you want to get in early, you’ll have to pay the price of admission from one of three Founder’s Packs.

All three Founder’s Packs are available to pre-order now on the Switch eShop, and if you adopt and join Early Access in the first week of release, you’ll get two bonus cosmetics — a Donut Headband and a frankly adorable Choco Crocodile animal companion.

Why it’s not called a Chocodile though, is beyond us!

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Image: Gameloft

If you want to get started on the game while it’s in Early Access, here’s what each Founder’s Pack will get you.

Standard Edition

  • $29.99
  • Early Access
  • Two wearable items
  • Nine decoration items
  • Three design motifs (usable with The Touch of Magic, an in-game tool to create clothes)
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Image: Gameloft

Deluxe Edition

  • $49.99
  • Early Access
  • All cosmetics in the Standard Edition
  • Celestial Sea Turtle companion
  • Seven wearable items
  • Ten decoration items
  • Three design motifs
  • Deluxe Jersey and Mickey Mouse Donut Headband
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Image: Gameloft

Ultimate Edition

  • $69.99
  • Early Access
  • All cosmetics in the Standard and Deluxe Editions
  • Regal Fox companion
  • Four wearable items
  • 14 decoration items
  • Three design motifs
  • Ultimate Jersey and Mickey Mouse Donut Headband
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Image: Gameloft

We don’t know exactly when Disney Dreamlight Valley is going free-to-play next year, but Gameloft has promised that all in-game purchases will simply be cosmetic, so there should be no need to worry about grinding to progress through the game.

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The game is also available on Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox — as well as Game Pass, where you can also try out the Early Access.

Will you be dipping your toes in Dreamlight Valley? Wave your wand and let us know!

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