Disney Dreamlight Valley Cloud Save Not Working Fix

If you need a fix for Disney Dreamlight Valley cloud save not working, you’ve come to the right place. In fact, we are first going to explain how to enable the cloud save feature in the first place. Then, we are going to explain what the most likely cause for it not working is, and what you can do about it. So, with that said, let’s begin.

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disney dreamlight valley cloud save not working fix
Disney Dreamlight Valley Cloud Save Not Working Fix

How to Enable Cloud Save in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To enable the Cloud Save option in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you have to go through a few relatively simple steps. We will guide you through the whole process in the list below. The only possible exception are PS4 and PS5.

  1. Boot up the game.
  2. In the main menu, select the Cloud Save option below New Game.
  3. Enter your email and create a password, then hit Create Account.
    • Remember to write the info down somewhere. If you’re under 16, a parent will have to provide the email.
  4. Check your email for the verification code and enter it into the game. Be quick about it, because the code expires after an hour.
  5. Once that’s done, you can use the same email and password to log in on a different platform/device.
  6. You can reset your password or log out through the Cloud Save option.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Cloud Save Not Working Fix

UPDATE: The developers of Disney Dreamlight Valley, Gameloft, are working on a fix for the cloud save not working issue. They have announced this on their official support page. So, just be patient and keep trying in the meantime. Original text follows.

There is basically one fix people have found for when the cloud save is not working in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Well, technically more than one, but it boils down to the same thing, and that’s brute-forcing it until it works. Basically, one player exited the app and turned it off, and then they turned the Switch off. Then they turned the console back on and tried again. When asked for the verification code, they backed out, went back in, and boom, it worked. So, those steps might work for you, too, on any platform.

However, one thing that we do have to mention is that, at launch, the cloud saves were in a terrible state. At the moment, they seem to be working fine. So, maybe those people that managed to “fix” the problem actually just happened to retry when the system started functioning properly. It seems that, overall, that’s something only the developers can truly fix.

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