If you're stuck in a storage problem, you'll need to know how to improve your Disney Dreamlight Valley home. Strangely for a life simulation, it's not immediately apparent how to do so. While no Tom Nook is pressured you into paying more debt, youll need to speak with another money-obsessed character to complete your humble abode Scrooge McDuck.
One of the great things about Disney Dreamlight Valley is that you are not restricted to a particular progression you may choose to unlock character realms in any order, and you may forget about ol Scrooge and wonder why you're still roaming around this Disney game with pockets of rocks. Keep reading to discover how to unlock your Dreamlight Valley home upgrade options.
How to upgrade your house with Scrooge McDuck
Before you can dedicate your time to your own space, you must invest in the valley. Like the other characters, Scrooge has some challenges to complete that not only help you reach your goal, but enrich your friendship with him while you're at it.
- Making Cents of Things
- Scrooge McDucks Grand Reopening
- Dreamlight Valley Economy 101
Find Scrooge in his own rundown shop, and hell kindly tell you to get Goofy back in business first. In the Pleasant Valley, and despite what you think you know about the duck, Scrooge will rebuild it for free. It will cost you to upgrade it further, but you shouldn't do that yet.
Okay, maybe you were all right about him throughout. Scrooge wants Goofy back up and running so you may exchange precious items with him for Star Coins to spend with him. Earn 1,000 Star Coins and return to Scrooge with them to build his store.
After all, Scrooge wants you to promote his shop. Wear the t-shirt Scrooge gives you, and hang some signs throughout the valley. As if you haven't already made enough work for him, you must also craft and plant some lovely plant pots outside the shop.
Once you have completed the Dreamlight Valley Economy 101 questline, you'll be ready to renovate your house. The first step is to sell seven gemstones to Goofy in order to earn enough Star Coins. This is the toughest part so far, as you've already used three in the Dreamlight Valley Mystical Cave. Gems generate in rocks along the edges of Dreamlight Valley, not the ones on the ground.
Once Scrooge has told you he has installed an elevator, youll be able to restore your home in two ways: Increase the size and number of rooms and increase storage capacity.
Head inside. A new floor is just inside the door on the left. Use this to open the interface to increase the size of your front room and eventual add more. For that, go outside to where Scrooges' face is now visible on a new sign on your property. Pay a fee to upgrade your storage space.
So go to the Scrooges shop and chat with the rich duck, who is extremely valuable to the Valley and your home. Our initial impressions of Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing are a good place to start.