Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato Code

The Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato code has been discovered by eagle-eyed players. They managed to find it hidden in some promotional material. So, now everyone wants their own Golden Potato, which is perfectly understandable. In this guide, we are going to show you how to get the Golden Potato, as well as what to do if the code isn’t working for you.

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disney dreamlight valley golden potato code
Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato Code

How to Get Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato

To get the Golden Potato in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you need to redeem the code. Where is the code? Why, it was an Easter egg in one of the Halloween promotional images. Don’t worry, you don’t have to go looking through a bunch of pictures. The code is GPOT-OATO-LDFS-ENNM, and it’s the same for everybody. Open the game and go into the Settings, then select the Help tab on the left side of the screen. Enter the code into the big blue text box, then click the Claim button. The Golden Potato will then end up in your mailbox. At this point, I do have to note that nobody knows what the item is actually for. Gifting it, cooking it, even eating it raw; nothing works. We’ll be sure to let you know once someone manages to figure it out.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato Code Not Working

If the Disney Dreamlight Valley Golden Potato code is not working for you, the first thing you should know is that the developers are aware of the bug. They are working on a solution. So, if you want to, you can just wait for a patch or hotfix that will repair the glitch. If not, well, some people have managed to brute-force it. Basically, just spam the claim button until the game relents and lets you know that the reward will be sent to your mailbox. There’s no guarantee that it will work, but I guess it’s worth a shot. However you manage to redeem the code, the next step is to open your mailbox. The Golden Potato should be waiting for you there. Again, we have no idea what it’s for. If you know, leave a comment below.

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