Unlock Fairy Godmother Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to know how to unlock Fairy Godmother in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ve come to the right place. The beloved Cinderella character will be arriving with the new update, so of course, players will want to know how to get her as a friend. Who doesn’t want to pal around with Fairy Godmother? So, let’s get into it!

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unlock fairy godmother disney dreamlight valley
Unlock Fairy Godmother Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Unlock Fairy Godmother in Disney Dreamlight Valley

EDIT: the very first quest in the update, Miracles Take Time, takes you straight to The Fairy Godmother. And, yes, she’s in the Pumpkin House. Original text follows.

To unlock Fairy Godmother in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ll first need to download and install The Remembering Update, which comes out on June 7th. Most likely, it will launch at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM British Time / 3 PM CET. Once it does, you will probably have to play through a few introductory quests, as is the case in every major update like this. After that, you’ll likely get the Friendship Quest with Fairy Godmother. And I’m fairly certain the Pumpkin House is going to feature in there somewhere. At time of writing, the update is not out yet, so we’ll be sure to update the guide with more information later. I doubt it will be anything too complicated, though.

So, that’s all we know about how to unlock Fairy Godmother in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Again, I’m pretty certain it won’t be anything too tricky to discover, but we’ll still cover it just in case. The new character is just one part of the update, of course. The patch notes promise it will be the “biggest story update yet” which will make the story behind The Forgetting come full circle. The update will also bring the new Wonder of Pixar Star Path “featuring exclusive items from upcoming feature film Elemental, as well as Inside Out, Finding Nemo and Finding Dory, and Turning Red.” There’s a lot more to look forward to, and if anything proves to be a problem, we’ll write more guides.

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