Multiplayer +: the subscription arrives to read all the contents of without advertising

Multiplayer +: the subscription arrives to read all the contents of without advertising

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Nobody likes online advertising. Almost. Certainly not liked by those of us who want to enjoy articles, news and videos without being interrupted or distracted by an advertisement. Whether it's static banners, videos lasting a few seconds or elaborate animations, it makes little difference: we all agree that surfing the Internet would be a much more enjoyable experience without it.

Online advertising has always, however, been online remains the main source of income of geekinco, and it is thanks to the revenues related to advertising that over the years the editorial staff has been able to create a lot of quality content, told about events around the world, invested in live productions and published a large number news every day.

Multiplayer + Yet, although a good slice of readers are aware of the importance of advertising for many online realities (especially for large and structured ones like this one), all the times we have done surveys and asked for feedback from you readers, the invasiveness of banners, prerolls and overlays has always been at the top of the list of criticisms.

Aware that advertising cannot simply disappear (or even decrease) without the editorial production being downsized, to months we wondered what the alternative could be, also carefully looking at what has been done abroad and in Italy by other information sites.

The solution we found, geekinco Plus, is a subscription service to the site that allows you to read the pages without advertising (here we explain how it works). Now, it is important to underline that it is not a paywall: the news, reviews and content we publish every day will normally remain accessible even by those who do not want to subscribe. If advertising has never been a big deal to you, then nothing will change. Similarly, there will be no other exclusive extras for subscribers for the moment: however, it must be said that in a strange and evolving sector such as online publishing, decisions like this could change in the future, but today geekinco Plus is aimed at those who want to read the site without advertising. Neither more nor less.

Proposing such a solution is a bet that we hope will be positively accepted by the whole community, a gamble that we would like to see work well and set a positive example. In this regard, we will continue to listen to the feedback received to understand what they like best and what needs to be fixed, in the hope of strengthening the relationship of complicity that has existed for years between the editorial staff and readers.

In ours dedicated page geekinco/Plus you will find all the information and subscription methods.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley does not have multiplayer but there are plans to add it

There is no Disney Dreamlight Valley multiplayer to try out at the moment, so you sadly can’t visit your friends’ valleys or speak to their Disney villagers. However, multiplayer is not totally off the cards, and will hopefully be added at some point in the future, just probably not during the game’s current early access period. We’ll change this guide as soon as we hear anything official from Gameloft about being able to play with friends but for now, here’s what we know about Disney Dreamlight Valley multiplayer and when it might be coming to the game.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Scar and Woody

(Image credit: Gameloft)

Disney Dreamlight Valley does not currently have multiplayer and, by the sounds of things from this IGN article (opens in new tab), will not have multiplayer during the current early access period. However, developers Gameloft are planning on implementing multiplayer to the game at some point in the future, although we don’t know when this will be. Disney Dreamlight Valley released into early access on September 6, 2022 and will fully launch as a free-to-play game sometime in 2023, so expect multiplayer to arrive later next year.

When multiplayer does eventually launch for Disney Dreamlight Valley, we expect it will be similar to how it works in Animal Crossing: New Horizons – players can add friends and then visit their Dreamlight Valley to hang out, interact with Disney villagers, and explore. You might even be able to help each other by exchanging gifts of valuable resources or items needed for quests.

While multiplayer features won’t be coming to the game for a while, we do at least know that Disney Dreamlight Valley will receive content updates, including during early access. The Disney Dreamlight Valley content roadmap revealed these updates will start with a relatively small Lion King-themed update that introduces Scar, followed by a more substantial Toy Story update that brings Woody and other Disney Dreamlight Valley characters to the valley and adds a new Realm.