Disney Dreamlight Valley Redemption Code Gives Players a Mysterious Golden Potato
Disney Dreamlight Valley players have noticed a peculiar option to enter “Redemption Codes” in the game’s settings menu, & a single mysterious golden potato that can be gained from it. Previously, there were no known codes, & many assumed this feature would be added in the full retail release of Dreamlight Valley. All of this changed recently though, when a scavenger hunt on the game’s official Discord group led to players discovering the game’s first redemption code.
It is still unknown whether this code for the Mysterious Golden Potato will be available permanently or only for a limited time, so it is recommended that players redeem it as soon as possible in case it does eventually expire. Although this is the first redemption code in Disney Dreamlight Valley, there may well be more in the future.
In order to enter the redemption code, players need to enter the pause menu, navigate over to settings, scroll down to the help tab, & select the empty text box for Redemption Codes. Enter the following code verbatim, including all capital letters & hyphens: GPOT-OATO-LDFS-ENNM. After entering the code, hit “Claim” & one of two things will happen. Ideally, a message saying “The code has been claimed. It will appear in your mailbox soon” will grace the screen, but many players have reported glitches when trying to redeem the code. If an error message appears instead, simply continue pressing claim & eventually it should work. Some players also said they received the item in their Dreamlight Valley mailbox despite an error message being displayed.
After redeeming the code, head over to the mailbox to claim the prize, a Mysterious Golden Potato. The mail containing the item says “You stumble upon a Golden item. It looks weirdly like a potato. Who knows what secrets it holds?!” In the inventory, the Mysterious Golden Potato’s item description reads “A shiny potato that should probably not be eaten…” True to the description, this item cannot be eaten, but curiously it cannot be sold or even dropped either. It’s marked as a quest item, but there are currently no quests in Dreamlight Valley that require or reference a golden potato.
Time will tell if this strange item is simply for collectors or if it will have a use someday alongside other redemption code items. In the meantime, players can simply store the Mysterious Golden Potato in a Dreamlight Valley storage room so that it doesn’t take up space in their inventory. The code was found in an image shared to the official Discord, so players wanting to participate in finding more codes should keep an eye out there.
Disney Dreamlight Valley is in early access for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, & Xbox Series X/S.
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