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  1. It starts as a tutorial and, as it implies a single map, you're pretty right. In my opinion is quite relaxing in general lines (if we discard the wolves, of course, lol). I had much more tension playing Episode 2. I assume you played it after the Redux Update, I did before during the last summer and I can say it has improved a lot (both episodes, to be honest): shortening the road to Grey Mother's house or the hangar, for example, or enhancing the history of prisoners. Shorter than Episode 2 but with a touching story, was the first contact with this game so Milton will be always a special place. And good luck with the bear!
  2. When I play TLD I have 'chills' walking on the snow, a feeling that rarely I experiment in real life because as you said, not in all countries snow when the winter comes. The immersion of this game is really good, so I join your "thanks".
  3. First of all, I just read the new dev diary and really looks promising. And I have a question about it: Along with Episode 3, will be released a DLC with music for this Episode as Volume Two, as it happened with Episode 1 & 2 (Music for The Long Dark -- Volume One) ? I enjoy listening to these soundtracks not only when I play the game and don't know if there're some plans about it or maybe in the future. Thank you.
  4. To me the word WINTERMUTE is closely related with the Quiet Apocalypse concept. Winter is the season where nothing grows, there's no life, all is dead... and sometimes it makes reference to the end of the life (in a symbolic way). In other words, this is the Apocalypse, the end of any existence, like the Winter. But this is a Quiet Apocalypse, silent, mute... there's no fire, or earthquake/tsunami... here the power went out, the technology... everything was muted.
  5. From what I know MacBooks aren't upgradable, as it happens with many laptops. Only the RAM can be changed in certain models (not in Retina ones I think), but for more info about in which models you can change the RAM you should check Apple's website. Other hardware as the SSD is soldered and can't be replaced, the same for the CPU or the integrated GPU (graphic card). The only way is lowering the quality of graphics and lowering resolution. I don't think you lose quality playing with low graphics, the unique art-style of this game makes this possible, that's a huge advantage compared with photorealistic games. About resolution, I suggest you to play between 1400x900 and 1600x900. And don't open other apps when playing, although the main problem is not the processor, Intel Graphics are competent but too weak compared with other video cards. Other option is buying a gaming laptop, they are way cheap compared with a MacBook and it can be a better long-term investment.
  6. Either leaving the meat in the snow or cooking it, I don't think there's another way yet.
  7. Yes! Great news for those who don’t have gaming computers or high video cards.
  8. Seems pretty obvious that Jeremiah hides something (even was said he can be an ex-military man) and he intrigues me a lot... but I vote for Methuselah as more interesting NPC. Starting for his name and continuing by the fact that he appears in all places with his premonitory words... makes me think he isn't a 'human'? I feel he is one of the keys to understand the Quiet Apocalypse.
  9. Strongest? bears... hardest to hunt? it'd be between bears and moose, but I'd pick bears, at least I've had more encounters with them and I don't enjoy those encounters.
  10. LilWolf


    I think it works as intended: the auroras show the beauty of Nature and how overwhelming it can be -- beauty and fear in equal parts.
  11. No shelters (or good ones), few resources, many wolves, a bear too, ice that breaks... whenever I pass through FM I walk on the train tracks and try to spend the least time possible there.
  12. My video card is Intel and also I noticed about the 'shadows vibrations', which is quite annoying. I thought it was a problem of my Intel graphics (integrated GPU's are weak compared with video cards with dedicated memory) but now, reading this post, I see it happens with other operative systems or stronger video cards like nvidia... so yes, looks like is not a fault of the video card. And now that this was mentioned and this thread is under the "technical discussion" forum, I don't know if it is possible to have some 'feedback' about this.
  13. No "official" mods, at least.
  14. Beautiful final. I liked reading this series. +1 for your "Among Wolves" run! P.S. The screenshot of the sunrise (the one in the part 21) is impressive.
  15. I'd like to see a slingshot too. I agree, seems something you could craft and kill rabbits with it instead of stun them.