Brutal Nature 0.46 released with a new underground NPC and major netcode improvements. We also have a new trailer!
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- Fixed all known bugs
- Added new Spider NPC.
- Added new pickaxes: Chrome-moly steel and Tool Steel. Changed pickaxe, knife and sword recipes to use metal bars.
- Added history buffer for player packets so weapons fire could use the position of objects as it was when the weapon was fired with lag taken into account.
- Added interpolation between user updates.
- Added interpolation between NPC updates.
- Added lag compensation to NPC packets.
- Added option in cfg file for mouse cursor to restore to last known position or centered when you enter GUI mode.
- Added underground NPC spawning.
- Changed NPC's to follow the terrain better and will not climb up or walk through walls of 8 height or taller. They will also avoid very deep pits.
- Changed tool recipes start at 1.0 produced per recipe for copper instead of 0.5.
- Increased size of NPCs slightly.
- Improved NPC update code, merging multiple NPC updates in a single frame into one packet and updating NPC's based on the distance to user.
- Improved some material descriptions.
- Reduced amount of tools consumed when making other tools by about 60%
- Reduced silica glass requirement of graphite electrodes from 5 to 2.
- Fixed category setting of several items.
- Fixed bug where pressing F to open an interact menu with another menu open would cause the already open menu not to be unloaded correctly.
- Fixed bug where logging on after the server had been running for exactly 10 seconds might cause the user to not be able to see NPCs.
- Fixed Glove Liners to be under layer. Tracked down an exceptionally hard to reproduce bug.
- Fixed bug where calcium hydroxide recipe was at wrong chemistry table level preventing glass from being made.
- Fixed bug where material preview would show up in main help menu.
- Fixed bug where screen capture software was not recording the mouse cursor.