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Land of the Vikings Version 1.0 Now Available

A cross between Frostpunk and Northguard, developer Laps Games and publisher Iceberg have announced that Land of the Vikings is now in version 1.0.

In development for the last few years, the team behind Land of the Vikings has integrated community feedback throughout its Early Access period. Improvements have helped to enhance the user experience, gameplay mechanics, and content availability. These improvements can be seen in elements like defense and automation, along with narrative and environmental elements.

As part of today’s 1.0 release, Land of the Vikings features a new immersive mode that has players taking on the mantle of Jarl. With this new role, players will traverse through a Viking-themed narrative that features more than 25 different objectives that include raids, commanders, and village requests. More than 20 new events, a new Volcano map, and a new disaster to protect your villagers against can also be found.

Note that players who have been enjoying Land of the Vikings since the battle and runic update (v0.9) can carry over their saves.

Learn more with the trailer for the 1.0 release trailer for the game below:

Land of the Vikings – 1.0 Release Official Trailer

Version 1.0 can be downloaded on the Steam page. Note that there is a 25% discount on the game from now through October 16, bringing the total down to $14.99.

Source: Press Release
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