Unlock Vanellope Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you are having trouble figuring out how to unlock Vanellope in Disney Dreamlight Valley, we’re here to help. The adorable kid from Wreck-It Ralph is coming to the game in the July 19th update, called DreamSnaps. There’s a lot of other stuff coming in that update, but we will only be focusing on Vanellope. Let’s begin!

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unlock vanellope disney dreamlight valley
Unlock Vanellope Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Unlock Vanellope Disney Dreamlight Valley

EDIT: in order to unlock Vanellope in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you first have to talk to Scrooge after installing the update and jumping into the game. He’ll tell you that there’s some kind of ghost in the Dream Castle, next to the fountain at the top of the stairs. So, that’s where you need to go next and that’s where you’ll run into the new NPC.

To unlock Vanellope in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ll probably have to complete some kind of quest. By that, I mean you’ll probably have to find her somewhere in the world of DDV and talk to her, and then do the stuff she asks you. Eventually, she’s going to become a villager, I’d imagine. I can’t say anything for certain just yet, because, well the new content hasn’t launched yet at time of writing. We’ll be sure to update the guide with more information as soon as we have it. However, I’m fairly certain I’m right on the money. After all, that’s how every single new character has been introduced. I doubt the developers are going to start mixing things up now.

So, that’s most likely what you’ll have to do to unlock Vanellope as a villager in Disney Dreamlight Valley. I suspect that you’ll get the quest that will lead you to the new NPC as soon as you install and boot up the new update. And if you want to know what the developers have prepared for you, take a look a the full patch notes here. Aside from Vanellope’s “sweet new Friendship Quests and items to earn,” you can also look forward to “more efficient hovering.” What does that mean? It means that “the energy drain when hovering has been reduced by ~80%, giving you more bang for your energy buck.” So, yeah, that’s kinda fun, right? Enjoy!

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