- Yes, it does.
- No, it doesn't.
does this take place in a videogame?
Video games are the same as real life.
i think with unlimited render distance it can be inferred that audio doesn't cut out if user's aren't around to hear it. but even then does a camera count as a player because there's recorded audio of things happening with no players around. maybe trees are players as well and we need something totally inanimate to test this
i guess we won't really know until someone can get a look at the logs. maybe next patch we'll have more code on the front end
nature hears it
The amount of "Yes" voters is quite worrying. Lack of spirituality.
On the contrary. The failure to understand that it still makes a sound reflects your lack of ability to perceive the tree as a spiritual being
Referring to trees as spiritual is, paradoxically enough, more materialistic than spiritual.
if jcrispy plays support can wards still be bought?
wards are free
If this is true then it would allocate a sound object, add it to the audio device, but not start playback due to falling outside of the range (attenuation) of any listeners. So my answer is yes.
entitled kids i had to buy courier and upgrade for mid to ferry his bottle
this is my nomination for worst thread of 2022