Iron Gate Studios have introduced a brand new biome for Valheim referred to as the Ashlands. Because the identify suggests, the Ashlands is a panorama close to volcanic exercise, and ashes are falling from the skies. The Ashlands may even be the land of the lifeless, with a number of undead creatures roaming the world. The biome will likely be completely different from others, as it is going to be a big chunk of land reasonably than a small island. Iron Gate has not introduced a launch date for the Ashlands however guarantees gamers that they will count on “enjoyable issues” between then and now.

On the Valheim Development Blog, Iron Gate writes that the studio needs to be extra clear with the method of the Ashlands, a distinction to how secretive the corporate was with the Mistlands, the earlier biome. The studio will share extra details about the Ashlands, together with early phases and idea artwork. The weblog reveals off model new idea artwork of enemies for the biome referred to as The Charred and Morgen. The Charred are black skeletons with glowing crimson stomachs and eyes, whereas Morgen is a glob of skinless muscle tissue with legs, arms, and skulls in its mouth.

The weblog reminds readers in regards to the upcoming Xbox launch for the title early this yr. Valheim will assist crossplay, permitting players to play the title on-line on completely different {hardware}. Iron Gate additionally intends to patch in bug fixes for the Mistlands whereas including new garments for gamers’ characters. The corporate can be engaged on one thing referred to as Hildir’s Quest, which features a new NPC named Hilder, in addition to a means for gamers to restyle their current hair within the sport.

The builders for Valheim additionally need to make the title extra accessible in future updates. They need the sport to be loved by extra folks than there are already. Iron Gate Studios guarantees that additional updates on Valheim won’t take too lengthy and claims that growth on Hildir’s Quest won’t take away growth time on the Ashlands.

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