Disney Dreamlight Valley bug where 'flowers in Frosted Heights appear red' after latest update comes to light
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Disney Dreamlight Valley recently received the Pride of the Valley update that added a lot of new content to the game. But just like most major updates, it also bring along some bugs and issues.
For instance, after the patch, players started experiencing an issue where the mustache would get stuck on the character’s face after completing the Nala quest. Sadly, this isn’t the only bug that snuck in.
Flowers in Frosted Heights appear red
Disney Dreamlight Valley players are now reporting (1,2,3,4,5) that all of the flowers (Passion Lilies) in Frosted Heights appear red in color. The bug seems to primarily affect console players (PlayStation, Xbox and Switch).
Every single flower appears red until they are picked up and added to inventory. The true colors of the flowers are only revealed once they are collected by the player.
Luckily, this seems like a visual bug that doesn’t significantly affect gameplay experience. However, it is causing some confusion for gamers.
Anyone else’s flowers in Frosted Heights appear red? They’re showing up correctly in my inventory, though
why are all my flowers in the frosted heights red since the new update ? Was that supposed to happen?
Common troubleshooting steps like restarting and reinstalling the game do not resolve the problem.
Unfortunately, Disney Dreamlight Valley developers haven’t yet commented on the issue where all the flowers in Frosted Heights appear red. This means that affected gamers may have to wait indefinitely for a resolution.
While this could be annoying for some, the community has taken a more light-hearted approach by sharing funny memes about the entire situation. We hope the developers are able to find the root cause as soon as possible.
We’ll keep an eye on this issue and update this story to reflect noteworthy developments in the future.
Feature image source: John Garcia.
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