The earth is flat – at least in the survival hit Valheim. The player Thommynocker proves this, because he has reached the end of the game world. In a very unusual way.
The bridge to the end of the world
This is how the player traveled to the end of the world: Thommynocker is apparently a big fan of bridges and took advantage of a peculiarity of the steam hit Valheim. Because you can basically build bridges for an infinite amount of time without them collapsing – if you use iron rods that are stuck into each other.
So Thommynocker built and built and built … His bridge got longer and longer and stretched from the cliffs of the mainland to far across the ocean. There he finally reached the end of the game world.
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What was waiting for the player there? It turned out to be what the ancient Vikings had suspected. The world ends at an abyss over which the water rushes. But there are no elephants to be seen standing on the back of a turtle, but simply an apparently bottomless gorge into nowhere.
We do not find out whether the abyss really does not end. Thommynocker does not jump down.
Valheim players come up with very strange ideas. This is how the home of the Lich King from World of Warcraft was recreated:
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What is the community saying? The Thommynocker video comes on reddit very good. The Valheim fans already have a lot of ideas about what they are going to do with this end of the world.
“You should put a portal at the end. Then everyone who goes through it would fall into the abyss.”
“Wouldn’t it be fun if all the items that you drop on the precipice end up in Midgard?”
oh_no_its_ocd has a suggestion:
“That’s really fantastic … jump down. I have to see what happens then.”
OklahomanPerson hopes for an Easter Egg around Discworld:
“And now you have to build steps down. I want to know if a turtle is waiting down there.”
What do you think of the video? Would you also build such a long bridge to reach the end of the game world?