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  • DeathBurnout
    Original poster 12 posts

    This is a minor bug, but I believe I'm the only one who's noticed.

    Sometimes after it rains, the ground remains wet, movement kicks up water and it sounds squelchy wherever you go, even on stone paths. I know England is very rainy but I can promise you; The ground does dry eventually. Once I saw/heard it, I could not unsee/hear it and as someone with admittedly bad OCD, it drives me nuts.

    Fast travel does not fix it, nor does any amount of real-time hours or in-game hours for that matter. The only fix is to boot out to main menu and reload.

    It seems to happen after the game has been running for a while, could be a memory issue? I have no idea.

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  • Ubi-Swaggins
    Community Manager 429 posts

    @DeathBurnout

    Sorry to hear this has been irritating for you.

    Do you have any screenshots or video demonstrating this? I can pass it up to the team for them to take a look.

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  • PhasmaNL
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    I'm having the same issue, the ground is constantly "wet" it doesn't appear so visually, but when walking you hear splashing sounds and you also see water splashes around your feet, like when it's actually wet. It even happens when walking inside buildings, and also happens for NPC's, although it's only the splashing sounds, not the visual effect.

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