Valheim developer Iron Gate has been teasing the arrival of a trailer for the Mistlands, and it's here-along with the Mistlands update itself on the public test server.
After revealing crossplay patch and Windows PC Game Pass details, Valheim has added crossplay and fixed some bugs afterward.
Iron Gate announced today that its popular Viking survival game, Valheim, would be making the jump to Xbox Game Pass PC, as well as become available on the Microsoft Store. While the new way to access Valheim is sure to excite, there is still the matter of the Mistlands themselves, which are not quite ready for release according to a new blog post.
After a series of crash issues, the Valheim team has delivered a promised patch that fixes those issues and also adds automatic backups and additional safeguards.
Work continues on upcoming features in Valheim, but this week there's a new update that fixes Steam Cloud saves, fixes a few other issues, and adds some Midsummer-themed items so you can get festive.
Announced at the Xbox Bethesda Extended Showcase today, Valheim will be making its way to the Microsoft Store and PC Game Pass this fall, followed by Xbox Game Pass in early 2023.
Work on the Mistlands continues for Valheim, with Iron Gate providing a new brief update on just how things are going.
Since its release last year in Early Access, Viking survival title Valheim has seen 10 million Vikings enter the afterlife. Developer Iron Gate Studio took a look back on the year, as well as gave players a look ahead towards the upcoming Mistlands update.
Valheim is enjoying an active community and fully-focused development on the Mistlands update. Iron Gate has a new dev blog that updates just what the team has been upto, along with some peeks at what's to come.
Valheim's latest update brings frost caves to the survival game, giving those enjoying the Viking afterlife more to explore in the Mountains regions of the map.
Valheim marks a year since release, with the iron Gate team sharing a bit on where development is going, plans, and confirms Steam Deck support.
The Valheim team is closing out 2021 with the last dev blog of the year. Work continues on the Mistlands and Mountains, and the team also had some surprises for everyone.
Iron Gate is focusing on the next phase of development in Valheim, emphasizing that work on exploration and the world will be where they're headed next.