Valheim showcases additional new decor items arriving with the Hearth and Home update

    
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Last month we got word about the Hearth and Home content update coming to Valheim, which is planning on bringing a variety of home decor and home building items to the Viking-themed survival sandbox sometime in the third quarter.

Things had been a bit quiet on that front since then up until a Friday update post on Steam, which provided a couple of screenshot sneak peeks at items that are arriving with the update including coin stack and coin pile items, a treasure chest item, and an iron gate item perfect for creating a stash of gold. The announcement also confirmed that Iron Gate took on three new hires: a programmer, an animator, and a QA manager.

The Hearth and Home update is still on track to release sometime this quarter, though there’s no release date in sight. There is, however, gold.

source: Steam
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Dankey Kang

Oh wow. Abandonheim’s actually getting some content? Ngl, I thought they’d just taken the money and run; y’know given that it’s been half a year and there hasn’t been a single notable addition.

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Slaasher

This is completely unfair in my opinion. The game was released in February and we’re getting a major expansion within 6 – 8 months.
That is 100% reasonable.
This whole abandonware schtick is just pure hysteria. Give them a break.
A small gaming studio hit it big. It takes time to adjust to that kind of growth. Ask anyone who has actually run a business.

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Dankey Kang

Talk about low expectations, a few housing items is not what I would consider a major expansion. Not being funny either but half a year is a long ass time, I could build an entire house in that time. Then again it would probably take a bit longer if I was in Barbados sippin on martinis for half of it.

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Fisty

They delivered a great game in early access that takes a lot of hours to complete for the price. I hope they bought an island in the Caribbean.

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Dankey Kang

Please don’t encourage them to go any slower.

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SmiteDoctor

Tell that to Blizzard lol.

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Dug From The Earth

Valheim was great to start, but suffers from what Minecraft did for SOOO many years.

Half implemented ideas.

Its hard not to think “This could be awesome if….” at so many points during the gameplay.

A good example are the gold coins. Its clear they have plans for them, but only a small amount of those plans actually ended up in the game.

Despite the monetary resources the team has acquired, the development process is still super slow.

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Fisty

If we had something to buy, we wouldn’t have all these damn coins lying around. I haven’t played in months, but am looking forward to hopping back in when this hits.