Valheim, a popular VR MMORPG published by GameVile and Runewaker is getting ready to release an update that will pay homage to the Norse mythology. Mistlands, the mysterious realm where Valheim takes place in will also be launching into Steam next month with a PVE PvP mode that’s set for both Offline and Online play. Lastly, there are plans for Valve Deck launch which was announced on their Twitch stream last night.

Valheim is teasing Mountain update, Mistlands area, and Steam Deck launch. The new content will be available on the Valheim website until October 31st.

Valheim teases Mountain update, Mistlands area, and Steam Deck launch

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It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.IIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.xIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. 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Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.VIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.DIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.IIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.GIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.:It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.“It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.MIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.”It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.“It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.”It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.MIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.“It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.AIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.MIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.MIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.TIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.TIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.(It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.)It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.”It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.TIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.VIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.SIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.DIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.“It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.WIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.VIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.kIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.WIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.’It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.VIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.bIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.?It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.(It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.IIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.gIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.yIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.fIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.wIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.hIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region..It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.)It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.”It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.SIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.oIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.uIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.cIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.:It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.SIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.,It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.pIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region. It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.lIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.aIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.
It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.AIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.dIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.vIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.rIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.iIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.sIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.mIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.eIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.nIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.tIt’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.It’s hard to imagine, but Valheim went into early access precisely one year ago today, capturing the interest of almost everyone on our friend’s list. Iron Gate intends to celebrate with a month of deals and fun, beginning with some hints for the future patches: the “Mountain” upgrade, which the studio is reportedly “finishing touches” on, and the Mistlands region.

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