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How To Move Villagers Between The Valley And Eternity Isle in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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The A Rift in Time expansion pass for Disney Dreamlight Valley allows players to visit the lands of WALL·E, Rapunzel, and Gaston. These characters can also come back to your town, so here is how to villagers between the Valley and Eternal Isle in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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How To Move Villagers Between The Valley And Eternity Isle in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley players can move houses between the two regions by selecting the house they want to place from the House menu under the Furniture tab. The House menu had initially contained just the players’ homes, but was updated to include the living spaces for all villagers in its own separate group.

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Players will have to first visit the land that they want to change, open up the Inventory to the Furniture tab, choose the House category, and then select the specific building they want to bring over. Players will then get to place the building down exactly how they want it in relation to other objects and scenery, similar to when they received the building the first time.

Villagers’ homes can be swapped between the environments as many times as possible. However, every living space must be placed somewhere and cannot be completely removed from any town.

The entire process can only be done once players own the A Rift in Time expansion pass, available as part of the game’s Gold Edition. Players will also have had to complete a series of missions beforehand in order to unlock the Eternity Isle, and then complete the missions for each DLC character before they can be placed freely between the various biomes.

For more on Disney Dreamlight Valley, please check out our guide on how to unlock Gaston’s Meat Stall in the A Rift in Time expansion to bring back to your town.

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