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Disney Dreamlight Valley on macOS By RockTofu • Special Thanks to for republishing permission Images courtesy of Gameloft Ever since its initial announcement, tons of casual gamers have been excited about the arrival of the Disney farming game. Hailed as the Disney version of Stardew Valley, it had the internet abuzz with anticipation, but as is often the case, Mac users were left behind… However, the Early access version of Disney Dreamlight Valley finally arrived on the Mac App Store. Now that we can hop aboard the Disney hype train, it’s time to find out whether it was worth the wait. Disney Dreamlight Valley Mac Release Date Developed by Gameloft, best known for the mobile best sellers, Disney Dreamlight Valley was released for Mac on December 6, 2022. The game is currently available on Mac App Store only, as both Steam and Epic Games versions only support Windows. According to the game’s official FAQ page: "We are currently exploring other options for our players on Mac, including Steam or The Epic Games Store. We have nothing more to share at the moment but be sure to stay tuned to our socials for the latest updates." On the flip side, purchasing the macOS version of the game includes the following: • 8,000 Moonstones (in-game currency) • Exclusive Standard Ears Headband & Jersey (2 wearable items) • Exclusive Standard Furniture Set (7 decoration items) • Exclusive Standard Wall & Floor Coverings (2 decoration items) • Exclusive Standard Design Motifs (3 motifs to use in the Touch of Magic tool) Dreamlight Valley Mac System Requirements Thse are the game’s system requirements on macOS: • Operating System: macOS 11 or higher

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