A gamer builds a replica of the Notre Dame church in Valheim

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A gamer builds a replica of the Notre Dame church in Valheim

For many people, the element of base building in a survival game tends to be used to simply build a shelter and rest after exploring. However, for a few of them, they actually use the feature of building the headquarters as a place for architectural creativity. As happened in a survival game set in Nordic myths and culture - Valheim, for example.

Made from wood and iron materials available in the world of Valheim, a player called GIPv (via Reddit) built a replica of the Notre Dame church - a historic building from medieval heritage in Paris which had experienced a fire in 2019. [post_ads]

A gamer builds a replica of the Notre Dame church in Valheim

GIPv explains that it enables unlimited material console commands to speed up the build process. This is because he actually gets the building as close as possible on a 1: 1 scale in-game. He also added that the size of the building even made the game's fps drop dramatically to one digit.

It is interesting, of course, to look forward to other replica or original architectural works in the future. Given that Minecraft has been one of the main choices for gamers to channel their creativity, it's possible that Valheim could also become the next architectural playground.

Valheim is currently available on PC via Steam, but is still in the Early Access stage. [post_ads_2]

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