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  1. You may have noticed at the bottom of the inventory screens that there is now an option to: Move all to container Move all to inventory This feature is limited by the capacity of the container (obviously one cannot move more into a container than it can hold). Presumably an individual's inventory capacity is not limited though, of course, moving 200 kg of sticks from a large cabinet to inventory might be a bit of a pain. It appeared to not include any equipped item like worn clothing in the mass transfer. I saw this feature appear in a play-through of Episode 4 and did no
  2. What is your favorite place to stay? plenty of people have made posts like this before but I’m doing it again. I have always loved Pleasant Valley, Coastal highway, and Timber wolf mountain. I also enjoy Ash Canyon but the lack of supplies and long distances to get supplies can be a bit much sometimes, when I just want to chill. I recently thought it would be fun to base in broken rail road but decided otherwise within 3 in game days and I am currently headed back towards coastal highway.
  3. Hi Guys, I'm sure everyone had memorable moments during gameplay, I'm curious to know about your experiences. One of my scary and also funny experience was a desperate moment whilst trying to get food for the whiteout challenge. I saw a bear corpse on the floor. I got close to harvest it. The bear got up angrily and I sprinted in the other direction. I got mauled anyway and somehow survived. I never trust an animal body on the floor anymore. Maybe bears lie on the floor in random areas nowhere near caves... ? I don't know but that was a scream moment.
  4. What are some reliable spots to find maple saplings? I’m specifically interested in PV, CH, and TWM, but the whole map too. I thought I knew some spots but I have only found one in the last 38 in game days and I lost it somewhere.
  5. Hey all! New to the forums! Greetings from Newfoundland Canada! Had the Game for at least 4 years now. LOVE the game so far and the addition of Ketchup Chips, and Maple Syrup is Genius. However, what about some other Canadian favorites? What do you all think about about left behind packs of "Cured Maple Bacon", or "Tin of Vienna Sausages"? The sausage tin could be used like the tin cans to boil water or make Teas, only you get 0.05kg of the product rather than 0.10kg. And of course the bacon would be a rare spawn. Also maybe add random cans of beer, which would also help thirst and h
  6. Hello everyone! Just wanted to bring to everyone's attention some details I just noticed on the Hinterland website. They are currently hiring for a position called "Systems Designer (CO-OP, ONLINE, NEW IP)" The job description says this role is for an unannounced project. They must be familiar and have experience with creating co-op survival gaming experiences. Take a look at the position listing here: I am excited and happy to hear that Hinterland is aiming to make our wishes come true! Soon enough we will be able to be alone... toget
  7. At this point of my play through, I have finished looting Mystery Lake, Forelorn Muskeg, Broken Railroad and Mountain Town. I collected a ton of stuff and although I did use some stuff, mostly I brought it all to Camp Office. It was lots of trips up and down the ropes between Milton and Trapper's. Lots of trips... anyway, I hope you enjoy my tour of an alpine inspired working camp and survival gear store. Welcome to Camp Office Outpost & Outfitters! A working home base and trading post. Ready to provided for anything and everything you could want or need for extensi
  8. Is anyone else playing episode 4 for the second ( or third) time?? I’m playing it for the second time, and treating it as a sandbox map. I’m still doing the tasks, but now I’m taking time to do what I normally do in survivor maps. I’m just way too impatient for it to come to survival mode I guess lol!
  9. I’ve been on a recent hiatus from TLD and have just noticed some of the changes. Thank you Hinterland, the Home Screen is an awesome visual, the loading times have greatly improved, and the item/backpack transfer is a very nice improvement. Not sure if it’s been my short break from the game or if the in game graphics have been a bit refined, the visuals seem crisper and the item placement responds better. I’ve never played wintermute but only survival. When I got the game I told myself I would wait till all the episodes were completed, tho I must admit the new episode make
  10. I’m loving these noisemakers!! Do you guys think they will make it to sandbox? Do you guys think they will scare bears or moose away? Or maybe they can stun bears or moose for a second and we can shoot them easier.. I am just so excited to see what the devs have hidden away for the survival update!!
  11. I love this game. I want to devote a few art to the game. This art is the first.
  12. Shadows can be seen during the heavy fog and blizzard. Even when you can't see the sun. Even when you can't see the object casting the shadow. This part is really immersion-breaking for me. I look up - terrible blizzard doesn't let me see the sky. I look down - a perfect sunny day (a little windy, maybe). That's not how light works. I think, this issue can be fixed by linking the transparency of shadows to visibility of sun.
  13. wombler


    I just think a shotgun would be a great add to the game. I feel a shotgun also is probably one of the more common homestead defense weapon and wouldn’t be surprised to find one on great bear island. for balancing I think it would be cool to make it shoot bird shot so its less effective against say a bear but you could maybe shoot down the crows and harvest them. or have it if you shoot a rabbit you get less meat.
  14. The game is good, let that be said. However the game is very empty. There is very very little life in the game. You can hear alot of animals like owls and woodpeckers but none of them exist. I would like that things already in the game be interactable. For example, crow/ravens are in the game but you can not hunt them, I don't see why. They could be a good way to get feathers and meat. In the future other birds can make other arrows making a want to hunt certain birds. Foxes, wolverines, owls, beavers, goose are all things that can be added and could even be region specific giving the player r
  15. It would be awesome if you wouldn't have to open your status menu to check the temperature. When you press Tab you can see the time of day, quests and the survivor's needs. Would make sence for it to show the temperature too. I mean, always having to open some kind of menu (for a few seconds, but still) just to check how cold it is... It breaks the immersion. That's how I think it should look (but with a semi-transparent background, of course)
  16. I love the long dark, I just finished the newest episode of winter mute and I absolutely loved it. It's such a thrilling and interesting game, just wanted to share my love and appreciation for this game.
  17. The meaning of the existing one is not so easy to guess. When I first saw it I thought that was an error. As if a sprite got lost. I know it's supposed to represent a slope. But that's just a triangle! A lot of new players won't understand what it means until someone tells them or they sprain a dozen of ankles. Not to mention that it looks kinda ugly... The Hinterland Studio artists are awesome. They know how to do their job and they do it with passion. But it feels like they spent no time at all designing this one. I think, it should look like a mountain. That would get the point ac
  18. Hinterland, kudos for having a moral choice far, FAR better then choosing whether or not to loot a gas station for supplies. But for the love of god, please have this choice actually matter in later chapters. If you spare Hobbs life make him show up down the line either interacting or antagonizing Will or Astrid in later chapters. Or if you killed him, would you make it so it actually affects Will beyond word changes in his dialogue like in Telltale games? I let a dangerous criminal live, MAKE IT WORTH MY WHILE EH?
  19. Hi, during the two last days i were working on two maps that would illustrate my idea of this new Wendigo Mountain-Cave Region. i made a regular map and a cave map that is as big as regular region. based on the whiteberry ones we often see. I have been dreaming about enormous caves for the game since a long time i think that could be a valuable thing to add. and it would introduce new way to play and give idea for thoustands of new challenges, personal challenges but official too. Here is the idea: The fist map look pretty much like timberwolf mountain but a bit smaller. There is
  20. This might have been known. But I found that in Wintermute if a wolf is approaching you, you can save and reload the game and it will despawn the wolf.
  21. I think for most of us the wolf coat is the first go to crafting coat being that it’s the fastest to make and easiest to acquire the pelts. Once I’ve made wolf coat I always skip the bear and find me a moose. Personally I like the moose because it’s mobility and protection seem to be the best overall. What do y’all veterans think? Anyone stay with wolf or prefer bear, why?
  22. Howdy, I'm posting this topic because I have been thinking about blacksmithing in TLD (The Long Dark) I love it, it's not too unrealistic, but then not too realistic. But I think Blacksmithing can go even more into depth and add that much more to this amazing game. Blacksmithing is crucial when it comes to making your own tools, but we are never really given much more than three options to craft metal items. Their isn't a skill for it as well, and I know resources and time to model or work on this part of the game is super far off or maybe not even in the future, but I'd like to comment anyway
  23. Hello, I'm Steven. I'm a level designer that absolutely fell in love with this game back when the first episode of Wintermute released. I'm constantly taking notes from this game and it's developers and I'm glad to finally join the community!
  24. Whenever I reach the period of day 15-20 in ash Canyon, I feel a pain in my rl gut, as I know it’s a matter of time before the app gives me the blue screen of death. I’ve waited 6 months to play the game again, hoping against hope that the issue would be fixed. It has not. At 10:04 AM CST, sep 9th, my survival mode, pilgrim game gave me the blue screen of ‘app has closed due to error’. Steps I have found that lead to the above error in my attempts to avoid it include the following, all done in survival mode pilgrim. Games 1-5: started survival game in Ash Canyon. Went to
  25. Hi! Recently I had this idea popping up in my head and after discussing it with a few people I thought I'd throw the whole idea up here on the forums to see what others think. We all know how annoying wind can get when it...yet again...blows out one of our campfires. We do have interior fires and windshielded fires in certain locations, but it would still be a useful addition to add the ability to craft a windshielded barrel, or some kind of small windshielded object, that can be put on top of a campfire to make it windshielded. To balance it out the barrel should only be able to be craft