Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Valheim PTS Update 0.215.1 Brings QoL Improvements, Patch Notes and more

Iron Gate AB has rolled out Update 0.215.1 for their popular online survival game, Valheim, on the Public Test Servers (PTS). This patch aims to improve the game’s overall stability and address some of the issues that have been plaguing the players.

One of the major highlights of this patch is the improvement in stability and world-saving performance. This enhancement should help reduce the chances of save data corruption, especially for players using the Microsoft Store and Xbox.

Without further ado, you can find the full changelog below:

Valheim Public Test 0.215.1 Notes

Fixes & Improvements:

  • Improved stability and performance of world saving to decrease chance of saves being corrupted on microsoft store and xbox
  • Player & ship markers are now shown correctly above map pins on the minimap
  • Lighting effects reduced when using “reduce flashing lights” setting for Eikthyr antlers, all boss spawning, guardian power and boss stone activation
  • Network compatibility version is now displayed separately in the console and log file and each non-pc platform has a platform prefix in the version text
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