Valheim’s Hearth & Home Update Will Overhaul Food

Iron Gate, the crew behind viking-themed survival recreation Valheim, have shed some extra particulars on how meals will work of their upcoming Fireside & House replace.

On the finish of final month, the crew first supplied particulars on what we will count on in Fireside & House. For instance, coin stacks and coin piles can be added which can permit you to showcase your wealth (even when you deny your wealth). Moreover, a treasure chest is being added to retailer your provides and surplus of coin.

Iron Gate (the crew) can be including iron gates (the construction) to Valheim, permitting you to lock up your valuables safely. In addition they revealed three new individuals are becoming a member of their crew together with an animator, QA supervisor, and programmer. In the event you missed that replace, check it out here.

Extra not too long ago, Iron Gate teased their upcoming meals rework as a part of Fireside & House. Because the system works proper now, consuming meals will buff your well being and vitality equally. Within the upcoming replace, your meals bar because it stands now could be going away.

As an alternative, meals has been cut up into three classes: well being, stamina, and a fair cut up of the 2. Timers will even be current on the meals you’ve consumed, letting you know the way lengthy the meals’s impact will final. Moreover, it’ll allow you to perceive precisely how a lot stamina and well being you might have remaining primarily based on the meals you eat. You may try the teaser beneath:

Proper now, we don’t have a launch date for Fireside & House. Our Managing Editor lamented on the lack of his Valheim residence because it was destroyed by trolls. You may learn his lament to Gandalf here. | Valheim’s Fireside & House Replace Will Overhaul Meals


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