Preview: Valheim

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Valheim is a game of exploration and survival in an open world inspired by Viking mythology and culture. You start your adventure in the center of Valheim, and the further away you get from it, the more challenging the challenges become. You will need to gather resources to build better weapons and armor to overcome the various obstacles and enemies that will stand in your path.

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Release date: February 2, 2021

Developed by: Iron Gate Studio
Posted by: Coffee Stain Publishing
Available on: Early access Steam PC or Linux

Type of game: Survival, open world

Topics: vikings

Business model: Need to buy the game once.

Number of players:
1 to 10 players online
1 player per PC

Available in digital format (download)
Age3+ 7+ 12+16+18+
New players
Intermediate players
Experienced players
Requires knowing how to move around in a 3D environment by constantly moving the camera.
Difficulty
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Gradual difficulty.

Violence, fear, nudity?
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Many fights with monsters and blood spatter.

Level of language used
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Lots of interactions with other players online, so you can read and hear anything and everything.

Positive message
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Maybe a little cooperation between the players is necessary.

Minimum reading level required
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Asked to read for a few years.

Additional costs ?
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none

Minimum level of execution on the controller required
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Needs to manipulate a camera constantly to be able to follow the character.

More information about the game: Official game page

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