Eco
If I cut a trench out of a lake, will the lake run empty?
Question in title, not even sure yet if an aqueduct is needed but I don't want to lose the lake when testing this stuff out.
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The water physics in this game a pretty wonky, so i would say no.
SLG-Dennis  [developer] Jan 10 @ 8:44am 
No, Eco does not have water physics yet. To transfer water you'll need an aqueduct, but it doesn't affect where you take it.
AnLambdy Jan 10 @ 9:41am 
Originally posted by SLG-Dennis:
No, Eco does not have water physics yet. To transfer water you'll need an aqueduct, but it doesn't affect where you take it.
Are they on the schedule? and if so can you give me a ballpark estament on when we will get them?
Amadeus Jan 10 @ 10:52am 
Thank you for the response.
SLG-Dennis  [developer] Jan 11 @ 3:27am 
Originally posted by AnLambdy:
Originally posted by SLG-Dennis:
No, Eco does not have water physics yet. To transfer water you'll need an aqueduct, but it doesn't affect where you take it.
Are they on the schedule? and if so can you give me a ballpark estament on when we will get them?
No, they're not, we'd probably like to take a look on them for Update 10 and boats. We never really intended to have any sort of extensive water physics, so I at least for now wouldn't expect anything more than basic minecraft physics, that at least allow transferring water.
AnLambdy Jan 11 @ 5:52am 
Originally posted by SLG-Dennis:
Originally posted by AnLambdy:
Are they on the schedule? and if so can you give me a ballpark estament on when we will get them?
No, they're not, we'd probably like to take a look on them for Update 10 and boats. We never really intended to have any sort of extensive water physics, so I at least for now wouldn't expect anything more than basic minecraft physics, that at least allow transferring water.
That is enough for me. Thnaks
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