Are you looking for your next survival game that isn't Valheim? Do give Vintage Story a go, which on the surface looks like Minecraft but it's so much more exciting and more mechanically.
While this is mostly an improvement in stability over the previous release, which was pretty huge, some fun bits have been added. Go with the flow A Mod Database is one of the most significant additions. The database allows players to upload mods to download. They say it will eventually be integrated with the game client to "blur the line between what vanilla content is and what modified content is" (if you wish to use it).
The rest of the update consists of small tweaks and fixes but their support for Linux continues shining. Linux gamers should see an improvement in Wayland support. They have upgraded the version of OpenTK used along with some extra Wayland improvements that should enhance the mouse support in the game. The entire changelog can be found here.
If you didn't catch it, make sure to watch the trailer for their final major update below:
The next major update to 1.15 is intriguing. It will include "excellent work on improving performance across a variety of important areas of the game" and new music.
You can purchase it from Humble Store and the official site. I recommend you try it, it's awesome. A community member is also hosting servers for Linux enthusiasts, check it out on our forum.