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Forsaken Realms: Vahrin's Call - Weather Report

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Dec 3, 2023.

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    [​IMG]Learn more about the weather system in Vahrin's Call:

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    Time for a Weather Report!

    Happy Friday all!

    I can't believe we're in December already. Are you guys getting into the festive spirit?
    Hope you've managed to get all your Christmas shopping done!

    From time to time we receive questions about the weather system in Vahrin's Call, and while many of you probably have a good understanding of what kind of weather the game features, I bet not many of you know what the world of Leyda looked like before this system was introduced.

    In the grand scheme of things, the introduction of dynamic weather to world is very new. However, it may surprise you to know that originally not even a day/night cycle was planned to be a part of the game, as the entire story used to take place in a single night.

    This was long ago, before we started sharing the game's development with you all, back when the game was still called, "Exodus: Rising". I wonder how many of you remember that name?

    Anyway, back to the weather system!

    Dynamic weather in Vahrin's Call offers up a breath of fresh air when exploring the world. From bright and sunny, to torrential downpour and everything in between, it's nice exploring these fantastical areas at different times of the day and in different weather conditions.

    While the weather in Vahrin's Call doesn't impact gameplay - it's purely cosmetic - one of the benefits of being a semi-open world is that we can more easily cater each area in the game to have specific weather conditions, to better match the atmosphere we're trying to deliver in that location.

    We're excited to see you dive into the areas we've been keeping behind closed doors, and unravel the mystery of what has befallen the once great city of Vahrin!

    Before I go, as this was more of a laid-back post taking a little look at the weather system in our game, I'm curious as to what your favourite weather conditions are! Do you like it when it's sunny, snowy, rainy, stormy, foggy? Do you prefer certain weather in games, compared to real life? Let me know!

    I think next week we'll take a look at our new in-game tutorial, so be sure to stop by and check it out~

    Have a good weekend all!
     
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