Valheim might be an open-world survival game, but its players are making art out of its crafting and building systems. Many builds have already had their time in the spotlight, and here are some new ones.
One of the most exciting features Valheim offers its players is seemingly endless opportunities for sheer creativity. The Early Access game features a wide array of crude materials that creative minds can use to shape some amazing builds.
These players took the time to fashion something truly amazing using nothing more than stone and wood. Once done, they proceeded to share their creations on the game's subreddit .
When Valheim met Skyrim
Reddit user Queekbest was inspired to construct their tribute to Skyrim and the Akavir race. Their "Akaviri temple thing" is still a work in progress and we can't wait to see the finished product.
The castles of yore
Castles have always had a way of sparking the imagination and presaging poured all that into "an ode to the Viking raids on Wessex, and York." Seeing how Valheim is a game set in in a purgatory inspired by Viking culture, this build seems to check a bunch of different boxes.
YouTuber named Danneh took to a dedicated server and made a colossal replica of Helm's Deep from J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings Saga. A video says more than a thousand words, so here it is.
East and West
Kinobix also went to the East for inspiration and came up with a breathtaking five-storied Japanese pagoda in Scandinavian style. Not comfortable with settling for less, Kinobix also made it on top of a giant rock.
We can't wait to see what the players come up with next. Valheim is currently an Early Access game available via Steam .