Aight. Ever since the conception of games in this style such as Class3Outbreak, the idea of making my home area has been a thought. There are so many amazing options, Monroeville and the mall, Evans City, Any of the boroughs and townships in Butler and Allegheny Counties. And hell, to top it all off there is Pittsburgh. Now, I have absolutely no mapping experience and may just be using this as a good excuse to forget about my fiancee leaving me. However, I really want some input here.
Here are some Google Maps images of local areas including the aforementioned.
The Mall: (featured in Dawn of The Dead) https://gyazo.com/bbaea16c9aa723ac43a5e8fa6e9249cc
Evans City: (Home of Night of the Living Dead) https://gyazo.com/2e55455f11d06c4271e6c0a1ea75e000
Cranberry Township: https://gyazo.com/2d03b8777935912067c88b71e9310353
Connecting roads: https://gyazo.com/b06bb52ddc7906bfdbce70d6470b6a2b
All of there are Southwestern PA, north of Pittsburgh.
I know scale seems to be a thing we all have a hard-on for and we definitely need some sort of MP or fleshed out SP to make these maps worth it. The resources contained alone would make it boring to play on your own.
Just wondering, is any of this something someone could take on? Can the game handle this sort of scale? Could it handle individual towns but not all of them interconnected?
Hit me up share your thoughts.