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I'm shacked up at a warehouse on the main street in Muldraugh - used a sledge to destroy the railing - then built flooring - and it's raining inside despite having a roof. I had print screened out of pause menu w/e - but in the first shot you can still clearly see the bounds of the rain -- hadn't noticed anything like that with other weather patterns though. Also - just to clarify, my guy does get wet in that area. Edit: Also - just remembered - earlier in the playthrough, I had placed a T.V. in the floored area - and no matter where it was placed in that area, it wouldn't receive
I feel like you shouldn't get completely panicked from simply going indoors. It should vary depending on the amount of room you actually have. For example, a living room or kitchen (etc.) could make you slightly panicked. Where as, a closet or a skinny hallway (etc.) could make you extremely panicked. If this is something you can eventually do, that would be awesome, if not, I love you all either way, peace.
Does anyone else feel that the Lit Candle as a light source is nearly entirely useless indoors? It barely makes a difference when lit, as far as I can see. I've even adjusted my monitor's brightness settings, etc., but that barely made it better (and I'd rather not have to do that every time Iplay). The smaller the room, the better it is (more surfaces) but for larger rooms it's terrible. Candles cast much more light in reality than this currently depicts. It makes having them in-game a bit pointless (for indoor use). Am I the only one with this complaint? I saw nobody else saying as mch in an