The Iron Gate Studios have announced during the past few hours that the much-acclaimed Valheim today reached another milestone of sales.
Released just over six weeks ago via Steam Early Access, Valheim has now sold a whopping 6 million units: just two weeks ago, the game had sold 5 million copies. Alongside the news, the team showed its growing audience a teaser image of an update that would currently be in the works.
You can see the attached photo, which sees a crow as the protagonist, directly at the top of this news. The way in which Valheim managed to win the hearts of many users and the speed of how this happened left many people amazed.
For those who don’t remember it, in fact, just 21 days after its release the record of 4 million copies sold had been reached. The first major update of the game, Hearth and Home, is currently passing the various tests phase with bug fixes and other small details still to be totally perfected.
The team is also working on the bugs and high-priority issues present in the game that have been reported by the players. Server network problems are also not uncommon, however, as previously mentioned, the studio has also worked on this.
Gamers are extremely anxious to see the new patch with their own eyes and on their screen, however, Iron Gate is currently awaiting a Steam update from Valve before releasing it.