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On 11/29/2018 at 3:44 PM, blackdog said:

Not sure how they are supposed to use the loading area/bay in the second shot, since it’s fenced off 😬 but all looks great!

Keep it up!

You can't see this, but where the picture is taken from there is a road leading away from the map

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Аnd again a couple of screenshots from the map.
Now, you can play on the map!

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We understand that the map is not still ready  to the visual ideal.
We will try to release updates as they become available. In the near future, updates will be almost every day.
We would appreciate feedback and search for bugs and glitches.
Thank you! 

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