Valheim, towards infinity and beyond: the bridge that leads to the End of the World

Valheim, towards infinity and beyond: the bridge that leads to the End of the World

Valheim, towards infinity and beyond

With millions of willing Vikings active among their lands, the world of Valheim continues to thrive, including players dedicated to fighting and others who prefer to try their hand at exploration.

Among the latter we certainly find the user active on Reddit as "ThommyNocker", determined to discover what lies at the furthest reaches of this Norse universe. And what better tool than a bridge? Armed with ingenuity, patience and above all a considerable amount of wood, the enthusiast began the construction of a colossal bridge capable of leading him to the End of the World. An operation that he conducted meticulously, finally managing to reach his goal.

To celebrate his achievement, the player from Valheim shared a video that immortalizes his work on the pages of the well-known forum, quickly attracting the curiosity of many users. The setting traveled is actually quite suggestive, between gradually wider waves that finally lead to the very end of the world, with waterfalls that plummet loudly into the most absolute void. The player, at least for the moment, does not seem to be eager to find out what is hiding at the bottom of the precipice!

Meanwhile, other players try their hand at a 1: 1 scale Eiffel Tower in Valheim and patches aimed at introducing high resolution textures.

'Valheim' Secret Biomes: How To Reach These Locations And What To Find There

  • 'Valheim' is currently available in Steam Early Access
  • The game is coming on consoles too
  • 'Valheim' has nine biomes and three secret locations
  • 'Valheim' features an expansive, procedurally-generated world with a lot of interesting spots, animals and activities to do. While the majority of the players spend most of their time in the known biomes, there are secret biomes that some of them have not yet explored. Here are some secret biomes in 'Valheim,' including tips on how to get there and the things that players could find.

    Three Secret Biomes 

    The three secret biomes in 'Valheim' are the Ashlands, Mistlands and the Deep North. While the usual biomes randomly appear on the player's map, these three have somewhat fixed locations. Players must pack extra caution when exploring these biomes, given the high risk of environmental dangers that could easily kill them.

    Also, content in Ashlands, Mistlands and the Deep North of 'Valheim' are not permanent and would most likely change in the coming days. For adventurous players who want to venture to the not-so-known biomes out there, each of these locations features a specific terrain. This seemingly sets the precedence for a potential boss launching in these biomes soon. There are instances that other enemies wander in these locations, but in a lot of instances, hostile creatures, by far, are seen only in Ashlands. 

    'Valheim'; the latest hit video game set in the vital and violent world of the Vikings Photo: AFP / Kilian FICHOU


    Ashlands is a smoke-filled, barren region with the random occurrence of minor vulcanic activities. Many fans believe that it is an allusion to Norse Mythology's Muspelheim, a location protected by Surtr. Players can find Surtlings and mine Surtling Core in Ashlands. It is located towards the southern pole of the world of 'Valheim.'


    Unlike the Ashlands, the Mistlands is filled with ancient trees and appears like a murky forest filled with cobwebs. The biome is scheduled to have its own update via the game's fourth major patch. Giant skulls and spider webs can be seen in the area, while some fans reported occasional sightings of wandering Fenrings.

    Deep North

    As the name suggests, the Deep North is located in the northernmost part of 'Valheim.' It is a cold biome and more volatile than the Mountains biome. Players planning to venture into this location should prepare protective gears to avoid freezing to death. Currently, there are no resources available in the Deep North and going beyond this location could kill players.