Valheim Mod Introduces World Of Warcraft's Northrend

Valheim Mod Introduces World Of Warcraft's Northrend

Valheim Mod Introduces World Of Warcraft's Northrend


A Valheim modder has recreated World of Warcraft’s Northrend continent in a new mod for the Viking RPG. The new sandbox survival game from indie studio Iron Gate has become one of the most successful games of the past few weeks, hitting five million sales on Steam just a month after its Early Access release at the start of February, and is one of the most played games on Steam.To get more news about buy wow classic gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

Apart from its themes and core gameplay, one of the potential reasons why Valheim has become so popular is its openness. Players are able to host their own Valheim servers and the number of mods currently available for the game number in the hundreds. Mods are one of the ways fans are able to not only build upon and expand Valheim’s gameplay, such as mods that improve the game’s visuals or streamline some of its features, but also create brand-new experiences that were not originally part of the game.
This new mod, which was made by Nexus Mods user DrakonmanTheFox, is definitely one of the latter as it recreates the Northrend continent from World of Warcraft’s Wrath of the Lich King expansion in Valheim. According to DrakonmanTheFox, the mod was created with playability in mind and will feature a difficulty curve as players explore the continent starting from the Howling Fjord, which is also one of the first locations World of Warcraft players experienced in Northrend. Some of the other locations featured in the mod include the Sholazar Basin, Crystalsong Forest, Icecrown, Stormpeaks, and more.

DrakonmanTheFox also added more content to Valheim’s Deep North, Mystlands, and Ashlands biomes as well as allowing items and dungeons to spawn outside of their usual locations to help facilitate progression within the Northrend landmass. Players who want to try out the Northrend mod will also have to install the latest version of the Better Continents mod for both the player’s game client as well as the server they’re playing on. DrakonmanTheFox also recommends adding the Epic Loot mod so that the additional item spawns locations that were added with the Northrend mod will work.

Recreating the entire continent of Northrend within Valheim definitely took a lot of time and effort and is sure to be a nostalgic experience for World of Warcraft players. It’s just another example of just how much fans are able to do with Valheim and that’s sure to increase even further as the game becomes bigger and more polished in the future.


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