Valheim has sold more than 5 million copies in less than a month - and shows no signs of slowing down,
The Viking game - which boasts brutal violence - has turned out to be one of the surprise hits of the year, much to the pleasure of developer Iron Gate Studios. It went on to sell two million copies in its first 13 days.
Despite the indie dev team working hard on a number of fixes to the game - some media are claiming to have spotted that a Mac version of Valheim could be on the way, after spotting some files in the Steam Database.
Steam Database reveals file names and sizes on depot pages for different game versions.
The depot page for Valheim Mac previously had its Windows and Linux versions in there.
However, there was an update around 8 a.m EST Thursday, March 11th that then dropped in what looked like a Mac version. We've actually already covered the idea - and how good it would be - if Valheim came to iOs devices, so we're hoping this is a sign of it actually happening.
While this has to be taken with a pinch of salt, it is a strong sign that the game could be making its way on to Apple's device - now it's just a waiting game.
At some points, Valheim had 360,000 concurrent players – higher than all-time highs of GTA 5 and Destiny 2. It was also top on the Global Top Sellers list on Steam, despite only launching on February 2.