How to Unlock DreamSnaps Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you don’t know how to unlock DreamSnaps in Disney Dreamlight Valley, don’t worry, you’re far from the only one. It’s a brand new mechanic, and the game doesn’t tell you how to unlock access to DreamSnaps. Well, it’s actually pretty simple. Here’s what’s supposed to happen and how to make it happen.

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how to unlock dreamsnaps disney dreamlight valley
How to Unlock DreamSnaps Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Unlock DreamSnaps in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To unlock DreamSnaps in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you first need to unlock Vanellope, the new NPC from Wreck-It Ralph. We have a separate guide on that, but here’s the quick breakdown: After you install the new update and boot the game up, head over and talk to Scrooge. He’ll tell you about some kind of ghost that has appeared in the Dream Castle. It apparently haunts the fountain at the very top of the stairs. Of course, it’s not a ghost at all; it’s just Vanellope glitching in and out. So, head straight up to the fountain and talk to the new NPC. She will give you a new quest line to follow, but most importantly, you’ll learn about DreamSnaps. That’s all there is to it.

And there you go, that’s how you unlock DreamSnaps in Disney Dreamlight Valley. And if you don’t know what these even are, let’s get you up to speed. They are basically photo challenges that you can participate in, which will reset every Wednesday at 1 PM UTC. The requirements are to take a picture that meets certain prerequisites. These can include wearing certain clothes, owning a piece of furniture, and so on. You are then scored on how well you did and earn Pixie Dust. Said Pixie Dust advances you on the DreamSnaps level track, which includes rewards like clothing, furniture, and apparently, even Moonstones. Check out the official post for more info.

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