Disney Dreamlight Valley Egg Locations

Not sure where to find the Wild Spring Eggs and Egg-Cellent Fruit in the Disney Dreamlight Valley April 2023 update? The big spring update for DDL is here! Called Pride of the Valley, it boasts a brand new region – The Lion King Realm – alongside Simba, Nala, new quests, and much more. In this guide, we provide egg locations in Disney Dreamlight Valley in order to buy V-EGG-etable Seeds.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley Egg Locations
Where to find Wild Spring Eggs and Egg-Cellent Fruit in Disney Dreamlight Valley?

Where to Find Eggs in Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to buy V-EGG-etable Seeds in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you will need to find Wild Spring Eggs and Egg-Cellent Fruit. The V-EGG-etable Seed was added with the Pride of the Valley update in April 2023. As you might have guessed, they are a part of the Easter theme in the game. So, where to find eggs? At the time of writing, which is Wednesday, April 5th, 2023, you will not be able to obtain Wild Spring Eggs and Egg-Cellent Fruit. That’s because these items are not yet available in the game. If not, then when will they be in the game?

Well, according to the official blog post about the Pride of the Valley update, the eggs will arrive as a part of the easter event. The Easter event, called Eggstravaganza, is set to kick off on Saturday, April 8th, 2023 — exactly a day before easter. The developers plan for the event to last three weeks. Hence, it will end on Saturday, April 29th.

In order to get Spring V-EGG-etable Eggs, you can perform various actions. You can plant the seed in wait for it to grow, and you can complete your weekly, which will net you 45 eggs. In addition, you can do daily quests, which will give you 11 eggs. There are also various bushes which will give you three eggs. Of course, with lucky drops, you can get higher drop chances.

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