Valheim, the brutal Viking survival game by Coffee Stain and Iron Gate Studio, has launched a content update for its snowy Mountain biome that brings new enemies to defeat, resources to gather and mysterious caves with tribal paintings on the walls to discover! Be careful, there’s something mysterious howling in the darkness…
Coffee Stain Publishing and Iron Gate Studio announce a brand new Mountain update to their survival Viking game Valheim has launched, expanding the snowy biome.
The Mountain update expands Valheim’s snowy biome and adds brand-new instanced dungeons called Frost Caves, similar to the Burial Chambers found in the Black Forest and Sunken Crypts situated in the Swamps. The Frost Caves offer three new enemies, with new resources to gather, and new materials required to craft new armor and weapon set.
The newest content update comes in the wake of Valheim’s one-year-anniversary of its Early Access Launch, and not long after the release of the Hearth & Home update that saw an array of new crafting and cooking recipes, building pieces and resources added throughout the five biomes that Valheim currently offers. Since Hearth & Home, Iron Gate Studio has worked on multiple updates featuring new enemies, armour and cosmetic additions, as well as a Steam Deck port that was recently announced in the game’s one-year-anniversary Steam post.
Mistlands, the sixth biome that is next on the developers’ plan, will offer Vikings new enemies to tackle, new resources to acquire, and an end boss to face as the world of Valheim continues to grow through Early Access.
Valheim is available for $19.99 on Steam Early Access for PC and Linux, check it out now!