Valheim released in Early Access in February, and has already mods on a terrifying scale. One such mod is VHVR on Nexus Mods. The unofficial VR mod was recently updated to let you play the survival game with motion controls, so now Valheim players can fight a wolf with their real bodies, if that’s what their heart desires.
For players less interested in punching, the updated control group also includes the precise bow to the movement, and, quote, “Fishing :)” With multiplayer support, I really like the idea of kicking back and forth. to catch some fish with some friends, honestly. “Motion tracking is translated via multiplayer, so you can greet your friends (or any other lewd hand gesture you prefer).” Gestures, I imagine, like “come here, so I can slap you with a fish and challenge you to a chess duel. ‘Everything looks fine to me.
There are also currently limitations to its multiplayer implementation. For players without the VR mod on a multiplayer server, players using the mod will visibly have out-of-sync animations, as they will have no upper body animation. To avoid visual strangeness it is recommended that VR players play only with other VR players, who do not see these effects.
Like many survival games, Valheim has a very enthusiastic modding scene. Christopher rounded it up first some of his favorite Valheim mods, from utilitarian items such as expanded inventory to magic, resistance to the increase of the bong. Maybe this will make a future list.
The next major update planned for Valheim officially is the Fire and House update, which was recently delayed to make the game as stable as possible. The update is expected sometime in the third quarter of 2021, but until then, there will always be modders.
You can download it VHVR mod to Nexus Mods, if you have a SteamVR compatible headset.
Thank you, RoadToVR.