It’s time to help Gameloft’s Dreamlight Valley Twitter

We're begging you.

After months of watching Twitter, like Stitch watching out for intergalactic authorities, we've realized something—Disney Dreamlight Valley's official Twitter account needs help. Teasing players occasionally with upcoming content is all well and good, but that seems to be all Gameloft is willing to post to its account. At a certain point, it begins to feel more like taunting rather than light-hearted teasing.

Disney Dreamlight Valley teases more quality of life updates

Credit where credit is due: When fans reply to tweets (as seen on their second update tweet and their third update teaser) with technical issues or gameplay quality-of-life suggestions, the account quickly responds and tries to help in any way it can. But fans also keep posting responses to these cute tweets asking, sometimes nearly begging, for more official information. Fans want roadmaps, announcements, or anything, but the account generally remains neutral if they respond to these pleas.

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You could also take their most recent tweet posted today as an example. The tweet was a poll asking if storage management could use an update. All four answers were some form of yes that added up to "of course, duh." It was nice to see the account acknowledging how tired fans are of an inventory system in need of some serious upgrades. Inventory management remains a hot topic in the community, and many of us are currently using tens of chests or dedicated rooms in our soon-to-be multicolored homes to try and compensate.

In the pile of replies shouting "YESSS, PLEEESE" are more fans asking for hints on the characters coming in Update Three, or even a time frame for its release. We're not going to hold our breath for solid replies. Still, we do salute the fans who continue to comment anyway. Whether these comments are officially responded to (or not), we think they are still being seen. Putting more messages out there and showing Gameloft that we expect good communication on upcoming updates from their official account is critical.

The developers have previously listened to the community on other issues, like removing the obnoxious "out of stamina" dimming effect. Keeping up the pressure will only amplify our voice. Hopefully, it will also help the developers understand something: We want clearer communication on upcoming content.

What do you think? Are our voices going to be heard? Are we just going to have to accept scraps of information? Let us know in the comments. You can also check out or take on what the next update might be, Disney Dreamlight Valley Update 2023 – Date & Content Speculation, here on Pro Game Guides!

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