He already said he’s prioritizing optimization and that performance will be far better in 4.0 with the lack of having to load in and out content constantly throughout a game.
Very gud moi man. Your awesome Nelson XD Hope we get to see another 20 years of unturned being well known, or maybe more. I hope to see this game evolve till the end, so keep being awesome.
oh thanks man! my english is really bad!
Damn fine progress.
Only thing that irked me was seeing those shell casings being called ammunition… Shell casings!
But there’s one other problem.
Petition to Bring Back Bran Cereal?
Damn, the new ammo system is going to be sweet!
Bran or riot /s
He was joking
I hope the font will be changed in the future to something more clean and appeasing, the current one is really boring and sort of an eye-sore.
As for the rest, I’m hyped!
Agreed. Something like Comic Sans would be great!
Maybe separate the components, and attachments menus? Maybe weapon maintenance could be done in the components menu, while the attachments menu would be quicker to access. I’m not really sure what the difference between attachments and components. Why is the handguard essential, but not the stock? Why is the magazine not listed as an attachment or a component.
I don’t recall this ever being mentioned anywhere.
It’s mentioned on the wiki
The wiki is not active yet, and cannot be used for that kind of information.
Aren’t you the one who added that part about the attachments and components and the stock not being essential?
Information on the wiki is a mixture of confirmed information from Nelson and assumable speculation (ie: it can be assumed that a stock is not mandatory, especially since no attachments require a stock to to be attached). Primarily, the information is currently formatted in whatever way makes the most sense for creating a structured page design for when the game is actually released with more complete information.
Until the first public test branch of 4.x, the wiki is hard under construction and cannot be used for that kind of information reliably. That aside, @GreatHeroJ did a decent job explaining the differences between ammunition, attachments, and components.
Isn’t the buffer housed inside the stock of an m4?
Where did (s)he explain that?
no. the buffer tube is attached to the receiver of most ar15 weapons, and those that aren’t don’t have buffer tubes to begin with. ar15 stocks go over the buffer tube.