And it’s now Steam’s ninth most significant video game ever in regards to concurrent users

Survival game Valheim has broken another concurrent user record.

Just last week, we reported that although Valheim just introduced on Steam in early access on February 2, it had actually already cruised past one million players and struck a concurrent peak of 361,281 players.

Just days, nevertheless, later on it’s broken its own record once again, this time striking a peak of 423,546 gamers according to SteamCharts, making it the 3rd most played video game on Steam only after CS: GO and Dota 2.

It’s even made it into the top 9 biggest games ever thanks to its present concurrent record of more than 423,000 synchronised gamers. As we acknowledged last week, while it has a long method to precede PUBG’s staggering peak of 3,236,027 gamers seems in jeopardy, it’s an impressive achievement for an early access video game however, not least because it took PUBG months to reach those heights, not days like Valheim.

In related news, the Valheim DLC roadmap just recently had a substantial upgrade. In an interview previously today, developer Iron Gate shared some more information about the specifics of prepared title updates and provided us insight into an upgraded roadmap for the early-access title.

Hearth and House, the very first planned upgrade, will include more when creating your own house. Henrik Tornqvist, co-founder of Iron Gate said: “As the name suggests, this will concentrate on the house structure element of the game, with more structure pieces and stuff to do around the house”.

Tornqvist added the upgrade will “probably” be concentrated on food preparation aspects of the video game, like including more dishes, but there will likewise be some things to construct inside your shiny new Viking house, too.

If you are playing Valheim, do not forget to back up your progress. A “world-destroyer” bug is resetting characters and worlds and developer Iron Gate hasn’t yet been able to squish it.