Valheim gives players the chance to battle it out with Odin himself in order to earn them a seat in Valhalla, however it now seems that the game has just dropped all of its DLCs that were planned to release this year.
Iron Gate Studios took to the titles page on Steam to issue the latest update, and we have a feeling that fans are going to be rather disappointed.
The update revealed that they are not going to be able to deliver the intended roadmap for 2021.
The post read “As we’re sure lots of you suspected, we won’t be able to deliver four updates this year”.
“Instead, we’re now planning to launch Hearth & Home in Q3 2021, and we’re temporarily taking down the roadmap whilst we make some changes. We are sorry it’s taken us so long to update you.”
Valheim had initially planned to release four new DLCs by the end of this year, however it seems that maybe this was too much work for the developers to take on.
It appears that the issues developing the DLCs have stemmed from the sheer volume of players that are playing the game currently.
“We weren’t prepared for such a large influx of players, and this highlighted a thousand new problems and bugs that needed to be fixed urgently. Our priority has been to make the current experience as stable as possible and this has meant new content has taken a backseat. To put it clearly; we haven’t been able to focus all of our resources on Hearth & Home until May.”
At least the content will still come to the game, just at a slightly later date, hopefully things will come together and the team can get down to working on these DLCs.
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