3/25/2021 0 Comments
Valheim: Viking Conquest
By Mac “arsenalTV” Nelson
2021 has gotten off to a great start for gaming and ESports. Although controversies have struck the streaming world due to malicious acts by streamers and content creators, the games themselves have been well developed and plentiful. One game in particular might already have Indie Game of the Year locked up. Click the read more button below to find out more about it!
Valheim is a PVE (Players vs. Environment), Open World Survival, Norse Mythology, Viking game that has taken the world by storm as of late. The MMO-esque (massively multiplayer online) progression system of leveling up skills and getting better loot has made this title extremely popular. With over 35,000 players on during peak hours, it’s safe to say that this game is here to stay for the entirety of 2021 and beyond.
The developers of Valheim have an insane amount of potential when it comes to releasing new content into their game. The game is open ended and begs for new things to be added once the player base conquers the current enemies plaguing the “Tenth World."
If you’re in the market for a CO-OP PVE Survival game, it’s a no brainer that Valheim should be number one on your list. Don’t worry PVP’ers (Player vs. Player), they plan on adding PVP aspects to the game as well. This game is only $20 on steam, and it’s worth every single penny.
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Author: Mac Nelson
All things Gaming, E-sports, and Content Creation from an expert in the field. Mac Nelson is the Director of Arsenal Gaming and now heads up the AYN2K Gaming department.