Valheim has released a new update that despite not being on its official server, is available to review on public test servers while players wait for a final game arrival date.
New content called Valheim Mistlands, which several media have already been able to test for a few days before its arrival, who have been telling their experience with the content. One of them is PC Gamer, who have praised the work done by Iron Gate Studio saying that “the update is packed with exciting features, and not just things you’d expect, like new monsters, weapons, and stages.”
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Phrase full of emotion from Christopher Livingston, editor of this medium, assures that it is because there is also a completely new game system that “is going to excite the players a lot, a new and interesting type of NPC, several unusual creation stations and much more”
Emotion that is also generated thanks to the fact that a system with elemental and blood magic arrives in the world of Valheim. Livingston says that although there has always been magic in the world of Valheim, now you can use it directly and even play a necromancer in the game.
Something that many Valheim players are also enjoying who have been able to try Mistlands before, one of them being Sarah James also from PC Gamer, who announced that thanks to this, the update “is an absolute marvel”. This since thanks to the fact that along with the implementation of the use of magic, four different magical weapons also arrive that will give access to their own unique types of spells.
Also, emphasize that if these spells are great each on their own, so is summoning magic, which allows you to summon your own skeleton to fight by your side. And on the other hand, protection magic also stands out, which allows your Viking to revive his companions, although losing part of his own health.
Implementations that, as we anticipated, are already available for everyone to test on the public test server, where patch 0.212.6 has been applied, which you can learn more about at this link.
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