Everything posted by CommanderHobo87
I did make two work lights while I was on Desolo. However, I attached them to the tractor rather than the base itself. I do have extenders running from my "power station" up on the rim of one of the craters to my base, but those I added when I first arrived on Desolo a couple of weeks ago. I haven't added any more recently, though I did reposition them yesterday so they would line up better (everything was still OK when I saved and closed the game out yesterday). I have two medium batteries on a Medium Platform A. However, like the extenders, they've been there for a couple of weeks now. All I did today on Desolo was add the work lights to the tractor, reposition said tractor so it would be parked facing the ramp leading out of the base, added a new medium solar panel to my power station and re-arranged the three existing panels so they would be in perfect formation (like I said, OCD). On Novus I just collected a few items (quick pit stop) before heading over to Vesania. On Vesania I picked up a few researchable items and loaded them on the shuttle to take back to Sylva. I did construct a Medium Platform A to mount two medium wind turbines to for that base's power station (also did a little re-arranging of the power station itself). At this point is when the sun set and as far as I know everything was still OK. However, I wasn't really paying much attention to the sky, so whether or not this is when it started glitching out or not I'm not really sure. However, I had built two other medium platforms (both A and B) over the past few weeks on Vesania when I was getting that base on its feet and everything was OK, so I'm doubtful that the new platform I built today had something to do with it (or maybe it did, for all I know). I did send my save file to the support e-mail as suggested.
Summary: 1.0.13 - Steam - Frozen/Stuck Planets Description: Planets on save file that I've logged numerous hours on are now stuck in place; not moving along their orbits nor spinning. As a result, there's no longer a day/night cycle when standing on a planet. If I stand on a planet absolutely still and not interact with anything, the planets, stars and sun in the sky will appear to try to start moving again, but very slowly and not smoothly (i.e. stutter/skip along). It's only on this particular save file that I've been working on since 1.0 was released that the issue has occurred. If I return to the main menu, start a new game or load a different save, everything is fine. Closing and reopening the game does not fix the issue on the one specific save. I've attached the save file in question (have logged well over 60 hours on). Platform: Steam / Xbox One / Windows 10 Store Version / Build Number: 1.0.13 Specifications: OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 | v. 6.1.7601 CPU: Intel i7-3770 3.4GHz GPU: GTX 1070 8GB RAM: Corsair 4x8GB DDR3 1600MHz Drive: Western Digital Black 1TB (WD1003FZEX) SAVE_1$2019.03.17-17.28.24.savegame
Can confirm this is not an isolated issue. It just occurred to me as well. I don't have the I just ran into the same bug today while I was on Vesania. I only have one base on Sylva, though. I do have three smaller bases scattered throughout other planets; one on Desolo, one on Novus and one on Vesania. When I loaded the save file on Sylva, everything was fine. Went to Desolo to do some housekeeping on my base (because I have crippling OCD), everything was OK. Took off and headed over to Novus (which was fun to try to click on because of how fast Desolo spins), still nothing out of the ordinary. Collected a few resources, then took off and headed over to Vesania. When I was in the "map" view to switch orbits between Novus and Vesania, everything was still moving around. Landed and started collecting some research items. The sun was starting to set, so far so good. Eventually, though, while I was collecting Titanite, it dawned on me that it had been dark for an unusually long time. Looked at the sky and noticed the stars had stopped moving. Looked to the horizon and saw Novus had stopped moving as well. Took off to go back to Sylva and in map view, sure enough, none of the planets were moving. When I landed back on Sylva, I noticed that if I stay absolutely still, the sun and planets will start moving again, but every slowly and not smoothly (more like stuttering/jumping across as if they're trying to get going again), similar to what BrandonBTYB witnessed. I'm trying to figure out if something I did on Vesania caused the bug to appear. However, from what you guys have reported as well as the limited few posts here and on Reddit, it seems this bug is time-spent-on-save related (it only seems to occur on save files that have logged numerous hours). I'm also on the Steam platform, though on Windows 7.