Disney Dreamlight Valley Switch Physical Copy is Just a Code in a Box

Disney Dreamlight Valley Switch Physical Copy is Just a Code in a Box

Don't lose the code!

Disney Dreamlight Valley’s Cozy Edition was recently released for retail pre-ordering, nearly one year after the game launched in early access. With it comes various bonus content, both physical and digital, alongside the full game download. However, looking at the Switch version, one thing is immediately apparent: there is no game card; a code-in-a-box is provided in the game’s package instead.

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The official Gameloft support page describes the reasoning as “platform limitations” preventing the team from releasing Cozy Edition as a Nintendo Switch cartridge. Another page on the same site explains that the PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S versions include physical discs.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Cozy Edition Switch Code in a Box
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Cozy Edition, priced at $49.99 or your regional equivalent, is available at multiple major retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop for Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles. The official DDLV support site lets you choose your region to help you find retailers with the game in stock. It is not available for PC fans, but anyone who claims it through consoles can use cross-play to obtain the digital items.

Alongside the base game, Cozy Edition also features exclusive companion skins, an in-game house skin, and a supply of 14,500 Moonstones. It also includes a physical collectible poster and sticker sheet for anyone wanting to collect some merch.

Below is the full list of every item available in Disney Dreamlight Valley’s Cozy Edition:

  • Disney Dreamlight Valley base game.
  • 1 of 6 exclusive Double-Sided Posters (while supplies last)
  • Exclusive Disney Dreamlight Valley Stickers (while supplies last)
  • Exclusive Digital Cheshire Cat Sweater
  • 5 Exclusive Animal Companion Skins
  • Cottage House Style
  • 14,500 Moonstones

For now, Cozy Edition is available as a pre-order and plans to be released on October 27. Around this time, we may also start hearing more answers about when Disney Dreamlight Valley will become free to play.


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Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.