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  1. I see that some ask for a map, or a gps coordinate system. But, i'm not ok with that, for me, one of the charms of this game is precisely the possibility to get lost, walking (or driving) in these so special environments ... It's already much easier to end up now with the portals, before we only had the compass, the sun or the stars ... (how many early gamer lost hours to get back to their base ?) so, please don't add map to not change a part of the spirit of the game
  2. Hi! Love the game! This is the second time I'm posting this suggestion. The game would be so much more enjoyable with a mapping function. a small map that you know where you would solve a lot of running around and frustration to a lot of users.
  3. It would be nice to add a map of the planet, for example, as a small module which, when installed on the ground, would project a holographic map of the planet.
  4. Brad Owens

    a mapper

    how a mapper of some kind. so we will know were we have been, even when kick the bucket...., even subbterrian map would help Xbox one system
  5. Mark the Space Engineer ;)

    Landmarks - New Planet Design Idea

    Hi Team!! Although beacons are the number 1 way not to get lost I would like to suggest another concept for explorers, landmarks. This is a low priority request but I feel from a design point of view would make the game look far more amazing and also allow players to explore with less chance of getting lost (which is damn easy to do!). I thought the new alien artifacts would do this but they're all the same. Even if you don't go by my idea you could change the look or colours of the various alien buildings instead. I found seeing multiple alien buildings while exploring actually disorientated me somewhat leading to getting lost. Quite the opposite of what was expecting. Create large objects or rare land formations spread across a planet. These can be very spread out and allow players to judge their position without the need of beacons or at least, not as many. Crazy steep mountain formation. Crashed alien ship. Giant crystal formation. Huge plant type structure or tree (life tree from Avatar for example) Floating strange object high in the sky. Volcano or similar structure with smoke, lava or some weird goop coming out of it. etc etc. Sometimes these landmarks dont need to be high. They could be a giant weird hole in the ground with glow stones or weird asteroid sitting in a crater. You could also add rare minerals to these areas if you wish. Landmarks could also be very interesting places to build a base! Overall, something that stands out so a player can somewhat understand where they are from their base. Beacons or no beacons. Cheers team, keep up the amazing work. The new v.1 is amazing.
  6. Summary: 1.0.4 - Steam - My game crashes when i try to open my save Description: I stopped playing, hit "save and save" in the game menu and went to sleep. When I woke up, I tried to open up my world and the game completely locked my computer. It took a long time and then the game closed on its own. I opened again, but this time, in windowed mode and with the task manager open to the side. I noticed that the game started using 95% of my RAM and then it closed. I do not know what's happening and I wish I could solve this problem without having to exclude my world and start a new one. I've opened another new world to test the game and it's working normally. Platform: Steam Version / Build Number: 1.0.4 Specifications: OS: WINDOWS 10 CPU: AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core GPU: NVIDIA GTX 960 RAM: 8 GB Drive: 1 TB
  7. michael.angulo@hotmail.es

    Quedrado mapa

    El mapa se quebro en las cuevas
  8. TekRa

    Minimap Ideas

    Could not find a Single good Thread for this Idea, so creating one. Everyone Can Just Pile up Ideas related to Minimap Here. How could a Minimap be Helpful? It could show the "Area chartered till now" (i.e. you know how much you have discovered and Accordingly Expand Exploration) Beacons are good (but only for mid-range areas). Seeing the Expanse within the game (i.e. the sheer amount of area to go through), it should be a core element. It Could Send "Radar Pulses" to Detect Resources and Research Materials around you. Would be very helpful in the Cave Systems. Also, as an example, we already have "Hematite" Ore in the Game so it would be pretty cool to implement Magnetic Use case Scenarios. Will Update the Post as I move along ?
  9. HitokiriGuille

    Cartography Module

    Sometimes i get lost looking for my beacons, i think it would be awesome to have base that launches some kind of satelite, and receives information about the planet, and allow us to display a map in base, we could also have a little upgrade/attachment for backpack like an antena to receive information from that satelite and display a minimap.
  10. Hello. I play this game on pc. Today i started play to game I started to game in capsule When i got out to the capsule my astronaut is started to swim in the ground But when i jump my man was go to the deeper I love this game and this funny bugs Keep Going
  11. Johnathan mercado

    Falling through map

    There is a bug where when you log on and when you move you fall intp the ground pls fix
  12. ground bug destroyed entire map upon loading the game making it impossible to play, see picture bellow ---------------> (whole map looks like this and you continually fall to death/crash vehicle , plz help!!
  13. i dont know every ppl facing with this issue but in any planet when i decided to explore around everytime i lost my habitat and i have to start another game please add a mini-map or habitat only compass so any player can find where is their homes
  14. During my wander through planet terrain i was thinking about navigation. Than i read few posts regarding maps and GPS. Due to you are alone on distant planet there is no map and you are not able to develop global positioning system but you have simple beacons. The idea is to combine compass with beacons. Allow compass to show destination to beacons. Not all at the same time but to a group of "green beacons" (limit to one color at a time, be able to chose group in compass menu). This would allow to group your waypoints in player style (show your vehicles, home base or important places "red blinking beacons"). How to display all this information? Allow compass to display on ground (after hovering on player, similar to terrain deform tool) a bigger circle with colour arrows on edge. Add a fancy grid to compass circle. Allow to display a distance to beacon next to an arrow. Holding use key during cursor on player there could open a compass menu, allow to chose which color of beacons to display. I think this would be nice alternative to current simple compass but would not create easy to use maps and GPS systems.
  15. quietsplash85

    Map

    Please, add MAP. So, it's too difficult to find out the main base of you drive a rover far away.
  16. Timbo

    Navigation!

    One simple suggestion. Please add a map. So very easy to get lost....
  17. Hi All - Background - Often when exploring new planets, you may find yourself lost. You may be on a moon exploring and due to the round nature of the planet and its size, you cannot see your home base icon any longer. I am aware you have the compass available below your character for current navigation, but that doesn't always help. Suggestions - 1) Allow you to set your home habitat (in case you have multiple bases on a planet) and when away, your compass will highlight the cardinal direction to head to return. This is rather simple to implement, yet still leaves a small bit of the risk/reward with exploration. 2) Beacons can be seen infinitely around the planet with a distance provided. This gives you an idea of where to head to return to your base or beacon, but still requires you to navigate to get there. There's still a risk/reward for exploration, but it isn't as easy as #1 makes it for how to return. 3) Add a coordinate system to the game. This would allow you to track your position upon leaving the base and return back without an "auto-home" like feature from #1. It preserves a large amount of the risk/reward over exploration, yet still gives another tool to find your base and return. 4) Add to the planetary-view cardinals indicators when looking at a particular planet. A few times now when I've been lost, I don't bother roaming across the planet to find my base (as it has taken 30 min. to an hour previously) and instead choose to suffocate. After I drop back next to my base, I hop in my spaceship and view the planet from above to get some idea of where I was and where I need to go to find my body. That helps big time, but it isn't very precise. Having some sort of cardinal direction indicator in the planetary view could help alleviate this problem, while still keeping the largest amount of risk/reward to exploration. Final Notes: The impression I have from the game direction the developers want to pursue is that there is an overall desire to keep the risk/reward of exploring high, without an easy safety net to return home without any thought. I like that and can appreciate that, but I think if you've gotten lost on small planets enough, something like suggestion #4 plays into that narrative, but doesn't make it as automated as some of the suggestions in #1-3. Thanks for the consideration, SpecialT
  18. gbt8964

    GPS mapping

    So, finding your way... I've often wished for the ability to spot markers at a greater distance when you inevitably get lost. A basic GPS system would be helpful, although its function should be as realistic as possible. The network could be made of satellites or (assuming they make it into the game) modules on space stations. I would propose that; - Any one satellite/space station has limited range, and only works if you, it, and the thing you're trying to find are all within that range (i.e. triangulation). The satellite's orbit would also affect this, rendering some useless from certain positions. - Modules on stations might be simple in terms of resources. Satellites however, should be resource intensive, higher tier items that require a range of resources + hydrazine to launch. - When in use, the GPS network would highlight bases/GPS markers on your compass, assuming they're in range. This should prevent it being too O.P. or destroying the frontiering experience, as would happen with a map, and could only be a consistent aid if you've invested heavily in a big network. This would probably work best as a mid-late game unlock, but add your thoughts if you think it's a mechanic that could be useful and balanced.
  19. I know people have been asking for a map a lot, but I think that this idea would fit really well. First, you would have to print out a GPS (maybe with a mini printer added later, or just through your backpack). The GPS would be able to track x number of objects, such as research objects, rovers, players, or places on a map. Unlike beacons, the GPS would be opened up and show a short range map with dots representing the things you've tagged. When the objects are too far away, it shows an arrow pointing in their direction. The second tier of a GPS would be a stationary map that sits at your base. The map would show the dots, but it would be a much larger range. To expand the map, you would have to travel (incentivizing exploration) and place markers that are similar to beacons, but don't output a physical signal. The more markers you have, the more area you are able to see on the map. Finally, a third tier would be a stationary map station that shows terrain, topography, beacons, markers, players (with their names), artifacts, distances, can map way points, and had a legend. I think that making the maps stationary would be a good way to encourage player-to-player interactions, as one person would have to stay at the map, while the other would travel in accordance to what the operator says.
  20. Sparkles657

    Maps

    I think there should be a map put in the game, when you explore a certain part of the planet, it will show up on a map like the one used for sailing and mapping out ones course, i imagine it having a beacon where your base or bases would be so you don’t have to get lost when searching for something.
  21. Chord Lord

    Idea for Satellites/Maps

    After playing Astroneer for a while, it starts to become easy to get lost while exploring a large planet. While a map would be helpful, a standard map would not fit the games theme or feel very well in my opinion. However, building or repairing satellites to take pictures while in orbit would be a great way to make navigation just a bit easier. What exactly would the satellites do? Satellites would be sent into orbit around a specific planet. While in orbit, satellites would take pictures of the planet's surface from a bird's eye view. Satellites could take pictures of areas that the player requests or could gradually take pictures as they slowly orbit the planet. These pictures could take on various different forms. Perhaps they could be topographical, or could show you the location of landmarks such as wrecks, cave entrances, etc. How would you build and launch satellites? Satellites could either be built or repaired. The many satellites found crashed on planets could be repaired by bringing various materials to them. Perhaps you may even need to venture deep underground to find a satellite computer or something to be able to make the satellite operate. Satellites could also be selected from the vehicle bay to be built, or maybe they could be launched and monitored from a new type of base module altogether (like a "satellite control center" or something of the sorts) That's all I got for now. Please leave any other suggestions you have for satellites or maps in the comments. Thanks!
  22. Alkım Yılmaz Kadaif

    Must have a compass

    I accidently fell in a cave with my rover, hardly got out and now I'm lost. I spent 3 hours (without knowing even the earth is flat or round) to find a way back home but there is no way. This is absurd. Please add some kinda map feature or add a simple compass like Jack Sparrow's; Points directly home.
  23. With 180 pages of suggestions, these might well have already been mentioned... but anyway: 1 - I'd like a map of the planet I'm on, showing my current position and the locations of all my active habitats. If it also showed beacon locations and colours, that would be a big plus (plus seeing where your corpse is, when you get killed). Maybe the map could show surface features (mountains, canyons, etc.) starting off blank and filling in as you explore the planet. 2 - Maybe there could be "mission" (quest) items - something that you find that contains a clue that starts off a chain of tasks that you can perform to receive some extra-special bit of equipment or a plan for the printer, for example, that you couldn't get any other way.
  24. CodeIsBroken

    Planetary mapping experiment

    I thought I'd try and experiment with planetary mapping which hooks onto methods I've already used and those suggested elsewhere in these forums. The premise is based on measurement provided by tether length. Astroneer holds 11 tethers per slot. So, - the average distance per tether I'm calling 1 Astroneer Unit (AU) - a full slot of 11 I'm calling 1 Astroneer Mile (AM). No apologies for the imperial measure here! - Every AM I mark with a Beacon. Using the compass I'll attempt to mark out, as accurately as possible, east thru west following by north thru south using my base as the central point. I could even mark the ground with additional markers indicating distance from base. Given enough time you could even build up latitude and longitudal lines. Getting lost should be a thing of the past until we get some satellite navigation in place!
  25. Please, introduce these things: - some kind of satellite that can orbit the planet and scan the surface to create a complete map of that (and maybe add some upgrade for the satellite which can track the players on the map). - reduce the frequency of the sandstorm because there are annoing and too much destructive -introduce in the game the buildings or the placeable walls, paths and floors Thank you for developing this awesome game.