Remove Mustache in Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to know how to remove a mustache in Disney Dreamlight Valley, don’t worry, we’re here to help. There’s a bug that seems to make your character permanently mustached, but don’t worry, it’s pretty easy to fix. We’ll explain exactly how to do it in this guide. So, let’s dive straight in!

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remove mustache in disney dreamlight valley
Remove Mustache in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Remove Mustache in Disney Dreamlight Valley

As we’ve said, it’s fortunately really easy to remove the mustache you’ve equipped in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Just go back to the title screen, save, quit the game and then hop back in. That’s all there is to it. Personally, I think every single avatar in DDV looks more fetching with big ole handlebar whiskers regardless of gender, but that’s just me. Point is, a simple restart of the game should get rid of the unwanted face fuzz. And for those of you that are wondering why everyone suddenly has a mustache, it’s because it’s necessary to complete the Staking Your Territory quest for Nala. So, people are equipping mustaches and then can’t take them off, which is pretty annoying.

So, yeah, that’s how you can remove your mustache in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Hopefully, the developers will finally fix that bug at some point in the near future. Yes, this glitch has been dogging players pretty much from the beginning. You’d think the developers would have tried to get rid of it before forcing everyone to equip a mustache, but what can you do? At least it’s not that big of an annoyance. And that’s about all there is to it. If you need help with something else in the Lion King update (and DDV in general), check out some of our other guides. We have articles like Take a Photo with Mirabel, Catch Here and There Fish and Merlin Secrets & Schemes Quest.

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