Whilst my family is currently in sorrow over the death of Disney Infinity, the company has presently introduced a novel title that would be appealing to its all-newbie and long-time fans. Here’s a promo for Disney Dreamlight Valley, a “life-sim experience” based on Animal Crossing and The Sims that’s being marketed as a crossover between the two.
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That’s excellent news! If you’re a Disney lover, this cosmos stuff will justify the popularity of Kingdom Hearts, Disney Infinity, and even Disneyland. When I played this video in front of my friends yesterday, they were in awe at the film-to-film overlaps and Animal Crossing-inspired Anna selfies, respectively.
This isn’t a video game, but more of an experiment in delving further into a fanbase, and it sounds fantastic for that. What about a fishing-themed game? I don’t know whether I like it or not. Goofy wants to take me fishing, do I want to join him?
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Now the time calls for a bad one: the aforementioned title is a free-to enjoy title produced by smartphone experts Gameloft, which means that many of the features you’ve witnessed in the video mentioned be hidden beyond payments.
However, despite initial reports claiming that there is ‘pretty non-aggressive marketing’ in-store, the verdict will be out till the game is released in 2023 (though there will be a beta testing phase accessible later this year).
As a closing, the title would be made available to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Mac, PC, Switch, and the App Store.