It’s been about six weeks since then Valhaim It was first released early on Steam, and what a month and a half it was. The game’s popularity has apparently spiked from the moment it was launched, and even now, six weeks into its launch, momentum appears to have barely slowed. Indeed, Valhaim It achieved millions of sales in this short period of time, and today the developers announced that the game has now exceeded 6 million copies sold.
That’s an incredible number of copies for any game, but it’s especially impressive for the six-person team behind it Valhaim. At this point, many Valhaim Players may have copied all of the content available in the game and may wonder when we can expect new content. The team at Iron Gate provided some development news today, and brought up the Hearth and Home Update in the process, which will be the first major update in its post-launch roadmap for 2021.
As you might imagine, a team as small as the one at Iron Gate doesn’t really have the manpower to handle multiple projects simultaneously, so it’s not surprising to hear that Iron Gate says it has devoted most of the past six weeks to fixing bugs reported by players. Things are starting to calm down a bit, which means that with more bugs fixed, the team can shift more of their focus to developing the Hearth and Home update.
We haven’t received any new details about Hearth and Home and Iron Gate hasn’t mentioned when we can expect it to land, but we did get a teaser picture of the update. You can see it above, but good luck trying to figure out what the pestering is supposed to be. All it seems to us is a crow sitting on a roof, despite being someone who has spent a long time playing it Valhaim For the past few weeks, I have not realized what the crow is sitting on.
We’ll just have to wait for another team update at Iron Gate. Today Steam News Post It is suggested that more information about this update will appear soon, so we will be monitoring these details.