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Asset Database for Building! (creativ/survival mods)


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I See that the game slowly evolving , getting better and better , if all the stuff that in the planed road-map going to get in the game i think everyone will be happy!

I hopeing for an update that make the Pve and the world generation better , giving the game more life with new monsters and animals , vegetation and landscape formations. this one of the things i really want in the game gameplay wise , the other thing would be new npc's and humanoid enemy's like tribes etc.

On the Creative side what im really into , there is 1 big thing i miss that would speed up the progression of building , this would be an Asset Database where we can store our buildings , or building parts , when its come to chiselling its take a lot of time to create a polished stuff , if we can just store an  50x50x50 or 100x100x100  as max , block sized building as asset in a data base and put it down with 1 click instead or rebuild it again will make things much easier and faster for people who may want build complete worlds.  Note: this will not copy storage boxes , tools , just the buildings , and chiselled structures that we make!

In Creative would be very easy to use it , build something like a statue , a table , a chair or whatever we select the blocks that contain the object and with and added button we can save it  in the asset database , this would be a file folder on our pc and we save this assets as files here. and with 1 click we can just drag the asset rotate it and place it where we want.

In Survival it would be similar , but we would need all the materials to build it , we could place down a decoy structure what would be like a "ghost form" of it and it will materialise when we bring the materials to it , similar way how the building works in The Forest game ofc this only will work with these assets that we created.

i think most builders would love to have this as a feature! What you guys think?

 

Edited by SoL Environmental Art
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