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My idea is a new item that can attach to the top of tethers which acts like beacons but work at a shorter range than normal beacons I included an illustration in the files below of how it would work i would love for people's feedback . 2020-06-27_210809.pdf
Just got the game in Game Preview about three days ago via the Xbox Game Pass on Windows 10 and got one lovely bug with my friend today. A slew of items that either i've interacted with, or built were mass spawned in a cave underground by our base that we dug into to try and get to the center of Sylva. Prior to the glitch we were just returning from the center. Items like Medium Generators, Research Sites, Research Items, and (majorly) Debris are all there and interactable with. Some you see were pulled out in my utter confusion as to why. Not sure how it appeared, but I assume it had to deal with some existing debris and code just going sure lets spawn EVERYTHING here. I'll post two pictures of the clump and whatever else I can add afterwards to help I definitely can. Specs Of PC: Windows 10 Home x64, Version 1903, Build 18362.295 Intel i7-6700k CPU 4GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 8GB RAM DDR3 Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB Drive ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING Motherboard Specs Of Game: Version 126.96.36.199 Windows 10 through Game Pass Ultimate + Microsoft Store Keyboard and Mouse controls (If it helps, I was playing with the aforementioned friend that was on an Xbox One at the time)
Right now the cathedral-arch caves on all planets except Sylva and Atrox are kind of...empty. I get why this is the case for both moons and Calidor but I'd love to see the deeper caves on Glacio and Vesania get a bit more interesting. Here's some ideas: - Vesania could have an underground jungle with the planet's signature pink foliage. Maybe even reuse the old Exotic mushroom tree model? - Glacio could have an area with geothermal vents (or geysers I guess) where the geothermal activity has melted the area, exposing rock similar to the Acid Lake biome from the old Tundra.