Are you looking for a survival-based game that isn't Valheim? Give Vintage Story a go, which , on the surface, looks like Minecraft but it's so much more interesting and far deeper mechanically.
Although this is mostly an improvement in stability over the previous release, which was pretty massive, some fun things are included. One of the big changes is an official Mod Database, for players to upload and download from. They say it will eventually integrate with the game client to "blur the lines between what vanilla content is and what modded content is" (if you wish to use it).
The rest of the update is mostly small tweaks and fixes but their support of Linux is still shining. For Linux players, you will be able to enjoy better support running the game on Wayland. They also upgraded OpenTK together with a few Wayland improvements that will improve mouse control. See the full changelog here.
If you missed it, watch the trailer below for their final major update.
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 through Humble Store and the official website. I recommend you try it because it's amazing. A community member hosts a server for Linux enthusiasts. You can find it on our forum.