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By Lauren Morton 03 December 2021
What good is a hearth and a home if is isn’t full of crafted clothes?
What good is a hearth and a home and hoards of treasure without a way to show it off to your pals? Your vikings deserve to make a statement, which is why crafting survival game Valheim is getting armor stands. You’ve already got craftable piles of gold to decorate with, item stands to hang the heads of gods you’ve killed, and soon you’ll be able to display the gear that got you there.
Iron Gate Studios is once again teasing new additions to the game with a quick gif. Although the next major Mistlands update is still in development and coming next year, smaller patches and updates are rolling out in the meantime. It sure looks like we may be getting armor stands in our stockings this year.
Been working on a little something for you, just make sure your on Santa’s nice list this year! Not final but hope you like it so far! @Valheimgame #screenshotsaturday #valheim pic.twitter.com/ZalRCKInCYDecember 3, 2021
Okay, we’re definitely getting armor stands. Iron Gate doesn’t specify that this handy addition will be landing in December, but one of its developers saying “just make sure you’re on Santa’s nice list this year” isn’t exactly subtle.
Based on the work in progress peek, it looks like Valheim’s armor stands will be able to hold an entire set of armor, a weapon, and a shield. It makes for a nice way to show off your gear or to stash it so it takes up less precious storage chest space. For my gold, armor stands are all about décor. 
Valheim also happens to be nominated for two different categories at The Game Awards next week, in case you care to partake in the voting. It’s been a favorite of mine and several other PCG writers this year and is now up for “best multiplayer” and “best debut indie” in next week’s awards show.
Lauren loves long books and even longer RPGs. She got a game design degree and then, stupidly, refused to leave the midwest. She plays indie games you haven’t heard of and will never pass on a story about players breaking games or playing them wrong.
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By Tyler Fischer – January 18, 2022 06:11 pm EST
Red Dead Online players have been upset with Rockstar Games for months due to not only the lackluster support of Red Dead Redemption 2’s online mode, but the lack of communication from Rockstar in regards to the game. At the start of the month, this frustration bubbled up and #SaveRedDeadOnline began to trend on Twitter. Since then, it’s randomly trended several times and fans pushing the campaign have dominated the replies of any and all tweets from Rockstar Games. And today’s tweet about the new Red Dead Online update has been no exception. 
Right on schedule, today, Rockstar Games revealed and released a weekly update for Red Dead Online. And like every weekly update for months, it’s an underwhelming one that is hardly worth promoting, especially during a Twitter campaign against the game that takes umbrage with the lack of compelling updates. Again, the Twitter campaign also takes issue with the lack of communication from Rockstar Games, who has yet to say a word about any of the recent backlash. So, to the surprise of nobody, the tweet about today’s update has caught the ire of fans. 
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“How about you actually respond to your entire community instead of posting this and acting like you don’t see it,” reads one popular reply to the tweet. “We don’t need announcements on these terrible event weeks. We want new stuff to buy and new content, your guys’ lack of communication is so sad, to be honest.”
Bruh, i think the Red Dead Online community are after something else, idk, maybe check your mentions?
This isn’t the first time Red Dead Online fans have protested on Twitter over the state of the game, however, it is, by far, the biggest and most prolonged protest. Yet, so far, it seems to be falling on deaf ears.
As always, we will keep you updated. If Rockstar Games responds to the ongoing campaign or announces anything noteworthy for Red Dead Online that could satiate the backlash, we will update you with everything you need to know. In the meantime, feel free to leave a comment or two letting us know what you think or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ to talk all things gaming. What do you think about the current state of Red Dead Online and do you think Rockstar Games will attempt to salvage it?
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