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Valheim has sold over three million copies in 16 days

Viking Survival game Valheim, which is available on Steam Early Access, has surpassed the three million sale mark in just 16 days.

Coffee Stain Publishing and Iron Gate Studio announced the figure today. Earlier this week, it was reported the game had sold over two million copies within two weeks.

Concurrent player numbers also continue to climb, surpassing 390,000 earlier this week, exceeding some all-time highs of triple-A titles such as Monster Hunter: World, and GTA 5.

Currently, the game has over 60,000 Overwhelmingly Positive reviews on Steam and has entered the service's top 250 best-reviewed games of all time at number 78 on the list.

At present, it is also the seventh most-streamed game on Twitch, surpassing CS: GO, Dota 2, Minecraft, and Rust with over 20 million hours of gameplay already watched. Valheim also attracted over 147,000 peak concurrent viewers on February 17, its highest yet.

Those currently playing the game can expect new biomes, enemies, and improvements to combat, ships, and more in the future. It was also recently updated with a patch that fixed disappearing tombstones and made creating campfires indoors less buggy. It also made it so the game autosaves more frequently.

If you’ve been playing Valheim, or are just getting started, our full guide contains plenty of tips.  It also outlines the best weapons and armor, how to get the best world map seeds, and even how to set up your own dedicated server.

Valheim is now available for $19.99 on Steam Early Access for PC and Linux.

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