Glitches and Funny Pics

For all those times when things don’t go quite as planned. Share your pics and funny moments in NMS Frontiers.

Sorry dude but, I am not helping you with that one.

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Turned the game off and back in earlier and the settlement office had sunk about a quarter wall level. Turned it off, had some dinner and logged back on. Seems to have sunk another quarter. Lol


At this rate I’ll be managing a subterranean colony tomorrow :smiley:

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I know it’s called the Korvax Convergence, but this is ridiculous…

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Before the FRONTIERS update I had an exotic plant covered island connected to a mostly underwater base.

Now I have a ‘missing’ island and a lot of floating stuff and a base that is full of water.

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@sheralmyst - That must be the new Lumberjack model starship. Cutting edge, I hear! :wink:

@dersvr - Ant that just lovely!

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So I teleported back to my home base from the Nexus, and despite having a landing pad, the game decided this was a better place to park my ship…

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Haven’t tried it yet, but we can now place building parts in mid-air, right? Then you are maybe just the first who has floating flower pots over water, a gardening pioneer. :tada:

The garden on the invisible island could become a special feature of this base… :woman_shrugging: What a pity we can’t attach stories to bases (I know that game devs avoid hosting longer free-form text).

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When you hand in a mission at a Space Station, the camera always kinda tracks to the right, but usually resets before handing in the next. For years now my tactic has been, grab a bajillion missions, saves em up, then squash em all at once and turn em in.

This is the first time this has happened… but the camera never reset, so it just kept tracking to the right around the mission agent ':slight_smile:

Eventually ended up right behind em :3

Not sure when this bug cropped up but it definitely wasn’t doing it during Expedition season 2 XD

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Pretty creative :slight_smile: I guess this was done in Blender or Photoshop?

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The planet I’m exploring right now has these very common dinosaurs everywhere that always hang out in these groups together. The small and large ones scan as being of the same family. They move sluggishly in place, even though usually, animals have no troubles passing through each other, right?

So my new hobby is to walk by and drop an animal pellet… BAM Suddenly they are wide awake and totally able to walk anywhere they please! In one case their sudden eagerness resulted in a Pro Skyrim Move that catapulted half the group vertically up in the air for several seconds!

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It’s not Xmas just yet, but who knows it may have given them some ideas :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

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It is the new chair in the back of the new cart. Not sure how they got the critter to harness up.

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No pic, but anyone else try riding their pets through their settlements? Collision detection is… non-existant!

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There’s something oddly disturbing about this picture.

(It’s actually three Korvax and a Gek, which the game has managed to spawn all on the same spot).

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The more I look at them, the more I think it’s actually four Korvax and a Gek.

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Sounds as if you’ve fallen victim to one of Nijol’s boundary failures. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

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Freshly returned from the latest Convergence.

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I had one of those procedurally stacked NPCs that ended up looking like a chest burster :sweat_smile:

PS: Digging through my screenshots reminds me… (I took an online class intro to machine learning / image recognition and as an exercise) I should train a neural network to sort my screenshots! At least categorise them, by “space station”, “anomaly”, “landscape”, “space”, or so… hmmm.

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So you have a problem, and you decide to solve it with a neural network.
Now you have multiple problems, of which you don’t know why or when they occur or how many there are exactly… :laughing:

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