Valheim simply can’t seem to stop reaching massive milestones, as after attaining a peak of 500k Steam users, it’s now offered over 4m copies. And it’s only been out for 3 weeks.

The early access survival video game, made by a group of five people at Iron Gate Studio, struck the 4m mark previously today – with the dev team as soon as again thanking the player base for their assistance.

” I don’t believe I have actually had time to contemplate it,” said Iron Gate CEO Richard Svensson. “I understand that players like the video game a lot, however at the very same time I think that I can make something even better in the future. I’m anticipating including more content to the game, especially working on the staying biomes.

” Our current roadmap only reaches the next biome and we hope to have it done by the end of the year, however it may effectively take longer depending upon how smooth the advancement will be. I truly don’t wish to worry the development, that never ever ends well.”

The game reached 2m copies offered on 15th February, and then 3m on the 19th. On 22nd February it reached 500k concurrent gamers, putting it up there with PUBG, CS: GO, Dota 2 and Cyberpunk 2077 as one of just 5 games to ever reach a peak of 500k players on Steam.

As discussed by Svensson, Iron Gate has a roadmap detailing future updates for Valheim, although no dates have actually yet been set for when those functions will be implemented (including that brand-new Mistlands biome). In the meantime, players are keeping themselves entertained by launching themselves throughout the map with homebrew slingshots – or merely having a peaceful time refurbishing huts.