webbernever1 2 months ago • updated 6 days ago 4

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In short: I can do this:

As you can see, the props are displaced. This bug is Very easy to replicate, but only seems to occur 90% of the time. This is done in the map editor.

Step 1: Build a 3x4 room with a prop in it. Can be larger, but this is easier to demonstrate.

Step 2: Place Any room next to the prop.

Step 3: The prop shall stay there, even if reloading And when playing:

Any room is capable of doing this. The room does not have to be 3x4 but a prop must be next to the space where you place the room. For some reason, this does not occur 100% of the time, but it occurs more often than not.

Additional information:

* Saving and reloading does not fix the bug.

* Nor does rebooting the game.

This requires you to place cover all adjacent tiles. For instance:

This works:

So does this, for some reason (only two out of three covered):

This does not (covering just one tile is not enough):

Can be replicated very easily, but here is my output log anyway:


Game Version:
Steam Public

I think I can see the issue, I'll pass this straight to the code team

Could it be possible, that the same, or at least a similar bug, causes those weird room props in MP as well?

Not sure if it is related but here is a prop bug I encountered midgame in version 1.6.4:

Output log (as a client):