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wild creatures behaviour

Discussion in 'Release 60 Feedback' started by Rubensteyn, Nov 30, 2018.

  1. Rubensteyn

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    As I friends told, about that new game I played last, I always told them, the wild creatures, when they have spotted you, stayed on distance, or run away.

    Meanwhile, the woods are full of Suicide squads. WHY?
    It used to be a lot better back then.

    What about to stalk, or to encircle the desired creature? This should be part of a game like this. Its like salt for the soup.
  2. Elwyn

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