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Scottish Highlands 1.0 is now available! See bottom of this post for the link to the Steam workshop. Scottish Highlands takes you to North-West Scotland, focusing on the hills and valleys around Loch Eil, only a few miles from the Largest mountain in Scotland, Ben Nevis. This area has an interesting mix of topography. Coastal areas are flat and broken up by villages, tall hedgerows and fields, whilst the less populated inland is mainly large valleys and hills with tight twisting roads, intertwined by dense forests. Roadmap: Full release Scottish Highlands is now at a point where I'm happy to call it a full release. I will still be making small changes here and there, making improvements to the satmap and maybe adding or tweaking a few areas, but as the map stands it is in a fully playable state. SCREENSHOTS: DOWNLOAD: Scottish Highlands workshop page: click here
After a lot of hard work, I feel comfortable sharing the progress of my terrain with the community. This terrain is set off the west coast of Scotland. The area is dominated by villages and small farms/industry, intertwined with dense forests. Coastal areas are flat and broken up by tall hedgerows and fields, whilst the less populated inland is mainly large valleys and hills with tight twisting roads. The terrain itself is 5KMx5KM, features two separate land masses (three including a small island) and is heavily based off the real world counterpart. So far all buildings are 100% enterable and I plan on keeping it that way This terrain is still very much a work in progress. In the near future I would like to release an Alpha build for people to try out and to give feedback on. I haven't decided how I will do this (either through steam or a private download). MORE INFO ON ALPHA RELEASE And the most important part... The image gallery
Hi, I was wondering if there is any way to find forest border/edges positions. nearestTerrainObjects command has the option to search this with typename "FOREST BORDER" but this always return nothing, so no luck here. selectBestPlaces makes use of different expression, but I can't find any combination that suits my needs, something that exactly returns different points where a forest and a meadow joins (and without killing cpu/fps in the process) I'm trying to give AI the best instructions possible for waypoints and forest borders are massive strategic points. Any idea somebody? Thanks!