Add Multiple Homes Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to know how to add multiple homes in Disney Dreamlight Valley, don’t worry, we’re here to help. The new option has indeed been added in the latest update, aka The Remembering, but you might not be able to figure out how to actually do it. So, here’s how the system works. It’s nothing that difficult once you figure out where you need to look for these houses.

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add multiple homes disney dreamlight valley
Add Multiple Homes Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Add Multiple Homes Disney Dreamlight Valley

To add multiple homes in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’re going to have to fork over the Moonstones. Yes, you can only place premium houses that you can purchase under the Furniture tab. You can’t place a second house from the list of Yellow, Purple, White, Orange and Blue Gabled Houses. It has to be something like the Ship or the Castle, you get the idea. I know, the developers did kinda make it sound like you can have several Gabled Houses, but nope, that just won’t earn them extra money. And don’t forget; when placing a new premium home, you get zero furniture with it aside from a chest. As far as decorating goes, you’ll be starting from zero.

And so, yeah, that’s basically how you add multiple homes in Disney Dreamlight Valley. It’s nice that you can have more than one abode to use, but I do also think that it would’ve been better if they didn’t ask you to buy them from the store like that. But, I guess if one of these houses really appeals to you (and the castle really does look cool), then feel free to purchase them from the Furniture tab. You can place any home you buy wherever you want in the central area, so long as there’s an empty plot of land. If you need help with something else in the Remembering Update, check out our other guides, like How to Unlock Fairy Godmother and Miracles Take Time Quest.

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