Valheim‘s newest patch is comparatively small whenever you take a look at its patchlist, however what’s included in there makes this patch notable, with the terrain-modification system being the largest change. Try the reason beneath:
The brand new terrain modification system is made to scale back the variety of community cases and make loading quicker and smoother. Technically it’s a fairly large change however hopefully you shouldn’t discover that a lot of a distinction besides some minor behaviour modifications to the hoe and pickaxe and naturally a lot smoother loading of areas with loads of terrain modifications. All terrain modifications after this patch (utilizing the hoe, pickaxe or cultivator) will routinely use the brand new modification system. For current areas the place heavy terrain modifications have been made earlier than this patch we now have added a particular console command “optterrain” that principally converts all of the outdated terrain modifications within the close by space to the brand new system. To make use of the “optterrain” console command, you first have to allow the ingame console by including “-console” as a launch argument for the sport.
Different modifications in patch 0.150.three embody fixing the swamp draugr spawner location to forestall draugrs from spawning inside stones, a lox pet sound impact repair, and torches not supporting constructions. Different fixes embody a Dolmen location stone repair, world loading tweaks to repair points with ships and buildings getting broken whereas loading, and the server listing will cease downloading when leaving the beginning menu to lower community utilization.
One last change that you’ll get loads of use out of with the brand new terrain system is that it now prices much less stone to lift the terrain with the hoe. So now, elevating the terrain is not going to solely fail to sluggish you down, however may also require much less stone mining.
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