Out on your next survival game that isn't Valheim? Do give Vintage Story a go, which on the surface seems to be like Minecraft but it is so way more interesting and much deeper mechanically.
While that is primarily a stability replace for the previous release, which was fairly large, some enjoyable bits have been put in.XAJWM'S BLOGamong the massive additions is an official Mod Database, for gamers to upload and obtain from. Eventually, they said, it should integrate with the game consumer to "blur the line on what is vanilla content material and what's modded content" (if you need to use it, that's).
The rest of the update is mostly small tweaks and fixes but their help of Linux continues shining. For Linux players, you should hopefully see improved assist for working the game on Wayland. They upgraded the model of OpenTK used along with some further Wayland fixes that ought to improve mouse support there. See the full changelog here.
In case you missed it, try the trailer for his or her final major replace beneath:
The subsequent major update with 1.15 is already sounding interesting with "some glorious work on improving performance in a number of key areas of the game" plus new music, new mobs and far more.
You can buy it from Humble Retailer and the official site. I suggest you do, it's superior. A group member is also hosting a server for Linux followers, examine that out on our forum.