Valheim devs frustratingly tease extra Fireside and House pictures


As Viking survival recreation Valheim edges towards its fourth month of launch, throughout which it is gathered an astounding 7 million gamers, followers are nonetheless ready (largely patiently!) for its first main replace. Fireside and House, because it’s known as on the Valheim roadmap, will “deal with the home constructing side of the sport, with extra constructing items and stuff to do in and round the home,” Iron Gate Studios has mentioned.

We obtained a teensy glimpse of the Fireside and House replace final month within the type of a picture of a picket raven, and as we speak the builders revealed, someway, an excellent teensier look.

Two pictures, actually simply small parts of two screenshots, trace at one thing new coming in Valheim’s first main replace. What these picture fragments present is already being speculated on within the recreation’s busy and curious subreddit and we have our personal theories as nicely. Listed below are the pictures Iron Gate posted. Put together to squint.

(Picture credit score: Iron Gate Studios)

The primary picture exhibits what seems to be just like the boots of a Viking, probably seated on a throne which can (or might not) be the Raven Throne already within the recreation. Or, as some speculate, it could possibly be the underside of an armor stand, which might be a enjoyable technique to show your unused armor units round the home. Or perhaps it is simply displaying us some new boots (technically some new leggings, since boots aren’t a separate armor merchandise).

And within the higher left-hand nook of the picture, there’s one thing that could possibly be, nicely, we do not know what. Potatoes? Gold cash or gold nuggets? Lumps of clay? It is troublesome, if not inconceivable, to say. Any of these could possibly be a part of the Fireside and House replace: gold for gilding or crafting ornaments, potatoes for cooking, clay for making bricks within the kiln to construct with.

(Picture credit score: Iron Gate Studios)

As for the second picture, it seems to be like a trench dug within the earth, and on the backside… water? Perhaps working water is being added, and Vikings may have correct irrigation for farming—if the farming system is getting some modifications as nicely. A brand new terrain system was lately added, together with a hoe buff (and a hoe nerf), so new water physics could possibly be a chance. 

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