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This is a topic to discuss things about weather in KSP2. For example, we know there will be clouds but will there be rain, thunderstorms, wind, Hurricanes, etc.  Any questions or things you want to mention about weather can go here. Reminder: as always, please be respectful to other members, refrain from badmouthing other people, and spread kindness. That's all. :D

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1 hour ago, shdwlrd said:

I think there are threads for weather already. Basically some people want realistic weather, some people just want visual weather effects, and some don't care either way.

This thread is strictly for KSP2 weather not KSP1 if that's what your asking. 

1 hour ago, kerbonaut66 said:

Maybe, but I think it would drain performance. but I don't know much about computer frame rates.

I bet you the framerates on the cpu's will be better than the consoles. i just said it for realistic affects and so people can talk about it here.

 

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7 minutes ago, kerbonaut66 said:

i know they will ronaldo, generally speaking, pcs are better then console. Thats why i play on pc. And why would you add something just for affects even though it would actually effect your rocket in different ways.

being a console player for KSP sucks at times

 

3 minutes ago, shdwlrd said:

No... 

 

 

 

im sorry if i don't have a close eye as you...

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8 minutes ago, DAFATRONALDO2007 IN SPACE said:

being a console player for KSP sucks at times

 

im sorry if i don't have a close eye as you...

No need to apologize. Most general topics about KSP2 have already been posted and discussed. (In some cases, turned into running circle arguments. *Cough* metallic hydrogen *cough*) If there is some new info, or a new vision for a discussed subject, we would love to hear about it, talk about it, debate about it. But generic questions like weather in ksp, I like to point out its been discussed before.

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