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It would be really nice to have something to block bodies from falling in the water on shoreline. Right next to the harbor bridge on the shore where you are creeping next to the water, I killed a guy and his body fell into the water. He had water and food I needed to survive the raid but was out of reach. If there were objects there to keep bodies on the shore in reach or if rag dolls couldn’t pass through the invisible wall it would make that area a lot better to loot in and survive. Thanks!
During a scav run on shoreline, I bumped into a lvl 49 player that I managed to unload a full magazine into before he even reacted (he was running and just went past me). While I was reloading he just went next to the water, and threw his items in. Making them inaccessible (in the photo I was as close as I could get). I don’t know about you, but this makes it highly frustrating for me. I get it if you throw something on a cliff or etc, a place that I truly wouldn’t be able to access. But having items just lay there inaccessible in only half a meter of water just ruins a
this game is supposed to be realistic yet you cant walk through knee high water or climb a chainlink fence. how tf is that realistic? these are supposed to be pmc's. climbing over walls is part of basic military training dont try to tell me i shouldnt be able to climb a 7 ft concrete wall, or a chainlink fence of any height as long as there is no barbed wire.
Look, in real life it can take approximately 3 days to perish of dehydration, factors such as temperature can result in heat stroke, which can certainly exasperate dehydration, but it still does not result in a person suddenly collapsing and dying after a single tremor. So my grief is that, in game, it takes just about 4 (1 hour in real life) hours to become dehydrated if nothing is drank (this may be inaccurate, its just my personal experience), and then moments after dehydration hits, death follows. Could this be changed to be more accurate? I think the effects of dehydration work really wel