How much do the monsters weigh?


#1

The monster fall/ drop speed has gotten me into a lot of trouble in fights, and when trying to flee. i assume that they weigh TONS, especially the behemoth. so my question is this; why do they fall so slowly? they float to the ground. Is it the gravity on shear, or is this just an overlooked bug?


#2

Wraith does because she floats, Kraken probably because he gots magics
Goliath and Behemoth however…im not sure


#3

Its a mechanical design, not a bug.


#4

Changed Category from Bug to General…


#5

so its not a glitch then?


#6

could you elaborate?


#7

You all need a new category of “It’s not a bug, it’s a feature”.


#8

:stuck_out_tongue:


#9

I would assume its gravity, because if you jump, there is a time where you float.


#10

why is it considered a “feature”?


#11

You mean acceleration?

It’s because it’s intentially a part of the game.


#12

Yes, but why is it? thats what i meant to ask.


#13

its a feature no doubt, Cryengine 3 has a value for “gravity” the speed at which the monsters fall was defenitly intentional in every regard, a programmer had to have set a custom value, and yes, as far as i know, every monstre does have its own custom gravity value, the krakens was tweaked about eleventy six and a half times becuase of the crowd control issues it use to have.


#14

thanks, but that dosent explain why the goliath, meteor goliath, and of all monsters the behemoth float to the ground instead of falling with an enormous sound.


#15

Because it’s a video game?


#16

yeah, that’s not a valid answer.


#17

There are more but I couldnt find them.


#18

it wont enlarge, so i cant read it. where did you get this?


#19

How much do they weigh?


Enough to break the ice

Also, unless Shear has widely different gravity, the fact that the monsters most likely weigh a lot doesn’t mean that they should fall faster.


#20

Yeah, it is.