Disney Dreamlight Valley Patch Notes
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DDV The Remembering Patch Notes Unveils Forgotten Lands Expansion, New Character, & More Customizable Features

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Disney Dreamlight Valley’s The Remembering update patch notes feature a ton of new content for the magical lands, from the official debut of the Fairy Godmother to the latest inventory haul.

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Although Fairy Godmother was previously seen in the update’s key art, the patch notes have confirmed her launch with her upcoming Friendship Quests. More importantly, we’ll finally know what the giant pumpkin in the Forgotten Lands is for, which has been speculated to be her home amongst the community.

Scrooge McDuck store will also get a brand-new shipment of items to purchase, with an organizational improvement that will keep track of your order history. On top of that, players can expect more furniture and Royal Tool customization options, using Motifs and the Premium store.

Speaking of the shop, the Remembering update will bring in a preview mechanic, allowing you to get a glimpse of the product before making a purchase. You’ll also discover other items, such as the Dark Castle House Style, Dream Styles for villagers, and Pixar-related rewards.

When Does Disney Dreamlight Valley Update 5 Come Out?

The Remembering update will release on June 7, 2023, at 9 a.m. (ET). All the newest features will be available upon launch, but changes could be implemented once players fully dive in.

According to a recent post, MacOS users may experience a delay in its launch due to a minor issue from this version. Fortunately, Gameloft is working on fixing this problem and has suggested waiting until the proper adjustments are installed.

Once Update 5 releases, you can unravel the truth about the Forgetting in the latest story update and browse the Wonder of Pixar Star Path collection. Those who want to learn more about The Remembering can take a look at the complete patch notes (posted verbatim, in case you’re wondering about some of its peculiarities):

Disney Dreamlight Valley The Remembering Patch Notes

Howdy Valley Villagers! 

It’s no secret that our previous update was a huge one for the team, bringing Simba and Nala to the Valley, and taking players on a journey to The Lion King Realm. Well, we’re excited to share a breakdown of what you can expect from our next major content update – The Remembering – which launches June 7th. In addition to the customary bug squashing and improvements you’ve come to expect, we have a new character, the biggest story update yet, and a bundle of new features that will help you further shape the Valley in your own image (among other things!). 

Check out all the details below: 


– It’s our biggest story update yet! The story behind The Forgetting comes full circle! 

– Fairy Godmother – along with her Friendship Quests – arrives in the Valley, answering the long-standing question of “who does that giant pumpkin belong to?” 

– Celebrate all things Pixar with the brand-new Wonder of Pixar Star Path, featuring exclusive items from upcoming feature film Elemental, as well as Inside Out, Finding Nemo and Finding Dory, and Turning Red

– Even more new, optional items are on their way to the Premium Shop for a limited time, including the Dark Castle House Style, vacation-inspired Dream Styles for multiple characters, animal companion skins, and much more! 

– Browse with confidence. Preview the in-game models of items in the Premium Shop before purchasing them. 

– Premium Shop refresh time has been adjusted to Wednesday at 9:00 AM ET (from Friday). 

– New shipment alert! Scrooge McDuck’s Store has received a new batch of items to collect, including a range of pumpkin-themed goods. 

– To help track which items from Scrooge McDuck’s Store you’ve added to your Collection (and which you haven’t yet), a red dot will be displayed on store items that are not yet owned. 

– Make your mark on the Valley with the expanded Touch of Magic feature, allowing the customization of furniture using your hard-earned motifs. 

– Bring a little more style to rainy days in the Valley with new umbrella hand accessories. 

– You can now place multiple different player houses throughout the Valley. Please note, only one instance of any given house style can be placed. 

– Step up your wardrobe! Use the new mannequin feature to save, display, and instantly change into your favorite outfits at the press of a button. 

– Roads in the Valley have received a glow up, allowing you to add borders to them. 

– Customize the look of your Tools with Premium tool skins. 

– We’ve added a news feed to the Start Menu to help keep you in the loop about all the latest Disney Dreamlight Valley updates.  

– Added a toggle to the Options menu on high performance hardware (PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X) that allows players to increase the Valley item limit, allowing for the placement of 1,200 unique objects / 6,000 total objects (including duplicates). 

– Added Steam and Epic Game Store achievements. 

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– Fixed an issue which caused all Passion Lilies in the Frosted Heights biome to appear as red on the ground but would switch to their correct color when picked up. 

– Fixed an issue which prevented players from cooking the Dream Fizz recipe. 

– Fixed an issue which caused certain quest-giver icons to display improperly in their frames. 

– Fixed an issue in which Scrooge McDuck’s Store would appear empty. 

– Fixed an issue in which the game would open in a small window for some PC players, preventing interaction with the game. 

– Fixed an issue which prevented Memory Shards and Star Coins from spawning when watering dried flowers or removing small Night Thorns. 

– Fixed an issue which prevented players from buying or selling items from Goofy’s stall. 

– “Stitch’s Hobby” quest: Fixed an issue which prevented some players from giving Stitch his repaired TV. 

– “Staking Your Territory” quest: Fixed an issue which prevented players from removing the mustache Nala asked them to wear during this quest. 

– “Collect ‘Em All: Strangers from the Outside!” quest: Fixed an issue where alien toys would occasionally appear in unreachable locations. 

– “A Story to Tell” quest: Fixed an issue in which the photo the player takes is not recognized during this quest. 

– “Eyes in the Dark” quest: Fixed an issue in which a freeze would revert players to an earlier stage of the quest where they had to bring a sound system to Nala and prevent further progress. 

– “Eyes in the Dark” quest: Fixed an issue in which a slimy bug under a rock is unreachable. 

– “Remy’s Recipe Book” quest: Fixed an issue in which the peanuts required for this quest disappear from the player’s inventory. 

– Fixed an issue which prevented the game from recognizing completion of the duty “Take a Photo with Mirabel”. 

– Fixed an issue in which Mirabel’s icon appears on the map, but she is not present at that location in-game. 

– Fixed an issue in which oysters stop spawning in the Dazzle Beach biome. 

– Fixed an issue which caused the Raven Wings item to repeated flap every few seconds. 

– Fixed an issue which caused some items to appear visible through walls. 

– Fixed instances of users experiencing Initialization Error #10 

– Various visual and sound optimizations and fixes. 

– And more bug fixes, optimizations and performance stability improvements! 

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Kristina is a Staff Writer and has been with Twinfinite for more than a year. She typically covers Minecraft, The Sims 4, Disney Dreamlight Valley, anime, Call of Duty, and newly released games. She loves the Metal Gear Solid series (Snake Eater especially), Rockstar's Bully, the Horizon franchise, What Remains of Edith Finch, and many more. Her dog is also an avid video game watcher, primarily when there's a horse or a cat. She has a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and grew up gaming on the islands.