CaptainFearless wrote: »
That is one giant skull, and that is only the skull, imagine it with all the skin on top!
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Icremun wrote: »
Sizing in subnautica is strange, cyclops is 54 meters long officially but looking at it i would say that is deferentially less that 20 meters. This makes comparing things impossible.
phantomfinch wrote: »
Has anyone actually measured the maps dimensions?
North to south, east to west, highest point to void level.
Also I don't think that it's the field of view that is the problem, it's the speed of the player. When I play games like elite dangerous, which have full scale measurements of every observable star, the stars and planets seem quite small as the spaceship is traveling several times the speed of light (don't question it). Unknown worlds can't change the speed becase then the game would become a grind fest. Well that's my theory at least