Out for your next survival game that's not Valheim? Do give Vintage Story a go, which on the surface looks like Minecraft but it's so much more interesting and far deeper mechanically.
While this is mainly a stability update for the previous release, which was large, some fun features are included. MINECRAFT SERVERS One of the big additions is an official Mod Database, for players to download and upload from. Eventually, they said that it will be integrated with the game client to "blur the line on what is vanilla content and what is modded content" (if you want to use it and you do, that is).
While the remainder of this update is comprised of minor tweaks and fixes the game's support for Linux continues to shine. Linux gamers should notice an improvement in Wayland support. They also upgraded OpenTK along with some Wayland fixes that should improve mouse control. Check out the complete changelog here.
If you missed it, take a look at the trailer below for their final major update.
The next major update to 1.15 sounds interesting. It features "excellent work on improving performance across several key areas of game" and new music.
It is available at Humble Store or the official site. I recommend you try it because it's amazing. A community member hosts an online server specifically for Linux enthusiasts. You can find it on our forum.