Valheim's latest patch is small, but has a couple of welcome fixes.
First, the patch changes how saving works in the game. For one, autosaves are now more frequent, occurring every 20 minutes rather than 30. Players with admin privileges on a server can now also trigger the save function remotely. Speaking of servers, you can now manually join any of them if you have the IP. Dedicated server CPU usage should now be under control thanks to new frame limiter fix.
The patch notes mention a fix for disappearing tombstones, and another to make the process of building campfires indoors less buggy.
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