Falling out of Cyclops

ThorastaThorasta SeattleMembers Join Date: 2020-12-15 Member: 266074Posts: 6 Fully active user
I was reading/listening to PDA information when I fell out of my cyclops to the ocean floor. It has happened three times. The third time I noticed the Cyclops itself moved up perhaps 20 meters (engines were off, only reason I noticed is because my swim from cyclops to my base changed).

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  • narfblatnarfblat Utah, USAMembers, Forum Moderators, Forum staff Join Date: 2016-05-15 Member: 216799Posts: 788 mod
    Some cyclops jankiness may be linked to stepping on the large planter boxes. If you have any on the Cyclops, try replacing them with plant pots. Oddly takes less space for the same plants.
    Subnautica stuff:
    Official Subnautica discord chat: https://discord.gg/subnautica
    For updates on Console progress for both Subnautica and Below Zero, check the favro page, here.
    How to clear your Cache, by 0x6A7232.
    How to use console commands.
    Stuck, and just want to most recent base/Cyclops? Use "Warpme" command. Want to get out of the ceiling? Press F1 and note your camera postion. First number is North/South, second number is up/down, and third is East/West. Reduce the 2nd number by 10, then use "warp x y z" (where x, y, and z are the position you want to be).
  • rubi_douxrubi_doux TexasMembers Join Date: 2021-01-12 Member: 266771Posts: 2 Freshly registered user
    narfblat wrote: »
    Some cyclops jankiness may be linked to stepping on the large planter boxes. If you have any on the Cyclops, try replacing them with plant pots. Oddly takes less space for the same plants.
    Has this been confirmed to work? I just had these issues. Trying to fix them so I I’d t end stream

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