The Stream Team: Get a free first look at Valnir Rok

    
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One of the new survival sandboxes that Massively OP’s MJ has been eager to try is Valnir Rok. And thanks a free day in honor of the newest Dungeons and Dragon update, she can! She’ll be trying to survive the world of Vikings (and probably not succeeding). Anyone who wants to get a taste of the Norse life can download and play the game on Steam for free until tomorrow, December 21st, at 1:00 p.m. EST. Join us live at 9:00 p.m. as OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team brings you a first look at…

What: Valnir Rok
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 9:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

The show is over now, but we’ve embedded it here just for you. Don’t forget to check out past streams and playlists posted to our videos collection!

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silverlock

Wow that was a short trail played for about an hour last night when all the NA servers went down. Tried to go it a go this afternoon but the free trail is all ready over.

Hmm it’s on sale for $10 right now. I wouldn’t pay $20 for it but I might drop ten on it as it was fun for an hour at least.

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Tanek

I am not saying I am done with Early Access as a whole, but I am at the point where your game needs something special right out of the gate for me to take a look at it this early. Whether that something is mechanics or IP or whatever, do something to stand out from the crowd of other early access survival games with questionable animations and UI.

I hope this game does well and reaches that point some day (it has a good start with vikings and the promise of customized questing), but I don’t think it is there right now.

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smileybones

Video isn’t available :(

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BalsBigBrother

It probably hasn’t finished uploading to Youtube.

You can still stream a replay from twitch if you want to watch it now though:
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/211291381

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Tanek

And it seems to work going direct to the video, so maybe something just went sideways with the embedding.