I hope and expect to be able to turn the sand off, or paint another terrain texture on it. If this won't be possible (would be weird if that's the case) we can place rocks (single objects) on top of the terrain rocks/cliffs.This is one of the main parts that make this game so high up on my wishlist. Imagine creating beautiful cliffsides and ravines then having a coaster bank through it...I can't wait!
I mentioned this on the video comments but I thought I'd bring it closer to the community, am I the only one who thinks the sandy parts might be a little too intense? By the looks of the menu, I hope you can turn it down or even off. I know it may lose the realism, but the sand will stick out in, say, a jungle forest biome. Just a thought, still can't wait to use the tools myself!
This. Not just this, actually. Real life themeparks have more unrealistic, concrete rockwork. I would actually love to see this be possible, too.
there probably will be more shapes that you can sculpt with, then just a sphere.
In the video you can see the player is flattening the top of the structure. I assume there is a tool to do the same with the sides.
I have never heard of the game but yes it will make a park very unique. I'm curious to see what talanted people are going to make.This is actually one of my favorite features from what we've seen. It reminds me a lot of the tools they have in the game Dreams if anyone has seen it.
Looks great, and will help make each park feel very unique.
That's because "Dreams" is yet to be released... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhn4-9diLlE 8:25 is probably what he's referring to though.I have never heard of the game but yes it will make a park very unique. I'm curious to see what talanted people are going to make.