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Panic Button’s Head of Production would love to bring Valheim to Nintendo Switch

In a recent interview with development studio Panic Button, who are responsible for a number of high profile Switch ports, the team were asked which games they would love to bring to the Nintendo Switch. Panic Button’s Head of Production, Dan Hernberg, said that the game he would love to bring to the Switch is the PC viking survival game Valheim which Mr. Hernberg confesses he is playing too much of at the moment.

I’m not sure if this is my “any game pick,” but I’m playing too much Valheim right now and would love to port it to Switch ,  the manager acknowledged. Would you like to see Valheim on Switch one day? Would it work well on such a platform? Many more players could join the Valheim fever.

Panic Button Head of Production, Dan Hernberg

About Valheim:

A battle-slain warrior, the Valkyries have ferried your soul to Valheim, the tenth Norse world. Besieged by creatures of chaos and ancient enemies of the gods, you are the newest custodian of the primordial purgatory, tasked with slaying Odin’s ancient rivals and bringing order to Valheim.

Your trials begin at the disarmingly peaceful centre of Valheim, but the gods reward the brave and glory awaits. Venture forth through imposing forests and snow-capped mountains, explore and harvest more valuable materials to craft deadlier weapons, sturdier armor, viking strongholds and outposts. Build a mighty longship and sail the great oceans in search of exotic lands … but be wary of sailing too far…



  1. As someone who just randomly jumped into the game from the beginning, I can say that this game is addicting as fokk.

    Its minecraft for those that dont like Minecraft and so much more with at least goals and bosses that span the worlds biomes. It’s fun to play solo, it’s fun to play with friends.

    Idk just a good game in my opinion.

  2. The game could easily run on the Switch graphics wise. A port is desperately needed.

  3. Love how Panic Button is the only third party development team that really wants stuff to be on the switch and actually does the work to get stuff on there. They don’t say “it is too hard” or “the system is too kiddie and weak” and excuses for laziness. Good for them. Nintendo needs to sign them to help make more of their franchise games.

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