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Summary: 1.0.9 - Steam - Solar System/Time Stuck Description: This issue only impacts one of my save files; the rest still function properly. The planets are no longer moving in their orbits in the solar system; they are all simply stuck in place. As a result, time appears to stand still on each planet. The sun does not move in the sky (if visible), or if on the dark side of a planet, it is permanently night. Planets and stars in the sky appear to be stuck in place. If I walk or drive, the sun, stars, and other visible planets/moons will begin to move slightly, but they never return to functioning properly and will quickly just freeze in place again once I stop moving. I have dozens of hours on this save file versus only a few minutes up to a couple of hours on the other save files. The save file in question is attached, and I can upload video of the issue if requested. Platform: Steam / XBox One / Windows 10 Store Version / Build Number: 1.0.9 Specifications: OS: Windows 10 Pro | v. 1809 | Build 17763.253 CPU: Intel i7 8700K 3.7GHz GPU: RTX 2080 8GB RAM: Corsair 8x4 DDR4 2400MHz Drive: Samsung 970 PRO 512GB (NVMe) YOUTUBE$2019.03.12-16.41.54.savegame
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
Planet Terran not rotating. Stuck in night for an hour then I gave up. Restarted and rebooted everything. Still stuck. All medium batteries and 3 large rovers used for storage discharged. Only 1 independent large rover usable using a small generator and a lot of organics. Solar panels ( 3 medium and 6 small )useless. Remote new base is 4 maximum beacon distance East of main base. Main base in perpetual day.
I encountered this bug. You try to direct first the new base node and suddenly it moves to different direction The Power/Air connectors, when they are build the connectors container is placed 180° wrong into the backpack. is it possible that the consumption of the default air in the backpack has been increased? It feels like my Astroneer needs more Air than before. Storm - when you are below surface you can now hear the storm when if passes over you, also the visibility decreases a little. Storm - Ok the storm slows you down, that is ok, but now the storm also sucks you along with him? Sometimes nuggets are sucked away, then your rover or trucks feels like he is vaccumed into the storm or at least behind him. Day/Night Cycle - the day night cycle feels unreal (not because of the engine ) On every try i landed on the planet, the day was always shorter than the night - The long Night - Episode II - Astroneer. Makes it currently awfully hard sometimes to expand, short times were you can gain energy, than the long wait for the next day. Game play #1 : was unable to expand, no resources or to few, nothing to research Game play #2 : some research possible, but again, only stuff, which gives terrain abilities, but well if you are on the plain field, why build a mountain General feedback: The rover now is more glued to the ground but still some stones make him topple over, mostly small ones.