The hardest decision and
The hardest decision and the grand finale in this The Long Dark Wintermute story mode gameplay episode 1 ending!
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It's the home stretch of the first episode of The Long Dark's story mode, Wintermute. We've done everything we could for The Grey Mother. We're geared up beyond all capacity and it's time to get that climbing gear and head out of Milton. That means that we would be moving into the next episode of The Long Dark, Luminance Fugue.
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ABOUT: THE LONG DARK:
The Long Dark is a thoughtful, exploration-survival experience that challenges solo players to think for themselves as they explore an expansive frozen wilderness. There are no zombies -- only you, the cold, and everything Mother Nature can throw at you.
Current Game Features
The Early Access version of The Long Dark features the game’s non-narrative Survival Sandbox mode. The game will leave Early Access one we launch Episode One of our Story Mode. All Season One episodes are included in the cost of Early Access.
No hand holding! The game challenges players to think for themselves by providing the information but never the answers. You have to earn the right to survive.
Permadeath! See how long you can survive, check your standing on the global Leaderboards, then head back in and push yourself to survive longer.
Monitor your Calorie count, Hunger and Thirst, Fatigue, and Body Temperature. Maintain your overall Condition if you want to survive. Let yourself weaken and any small threat may lead to your death.
Over 30 square kms of wilderness to explore (and with more regions coming!). Mystery Lake, Coastal Highway, Desolation Point, Pleasant Valley, and more, all interconnected and each with dozens of explorable locations.
Dynamic weather, wildlife, and time of day, all with an impact on how you choose to survive.
Over 100 gear items including clothing, tools like hatchets and rifles, first aid equipment, foodstuffs, light sources like lanterns and flares, and firestarting equipment.
Hunt Deer, Snare Rabbits, and watch for Crows as they can signify the presence of animal, or human, corpses that can be vital sources of Supplies. Wolves are territorial and will defend their territory, or stalk you if they catch your scent. If you let them get too close, you may find yourself in a desperate struggle to survive. Be on the lookout for Black Bears, as they roam the landscape in search of food.
Harvest Wood for fuel, maintain your Gear and Clothing, and keep your Knife, Hatchet, and Rifle in top shape as they will save your life!
Harvest Medicinal plants like Old Man's Beard Lichen, Rose Hips, Reishi Mushrooms.
Deep First Aid system featuring many afflictions including: Sprains, Blood Loss, Infection Risk, Infection, Food Poisoning, Dysentery, and more.
Craft Snares, First Aid items, Repair your Clothing and Tools, and Harvest raw materials from the environment, as you do your best to become self-sufficient.
...and much more!
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It's a shame I'm a bit late commenting on this game but I would love to see more of it
Yes, you do burn more calories in the cold.
Can't wait to see part 2 man, love your videos!
In the cold the human body burns more calories to keep warm.
We begin a Story mode
We begin a Story mode playthrough of The Long Dark: Wintermute. This vid takes us through the initial tutorial area (the Ravine) as we learn to eat, drink, heal ourselves and gather useful stuff from the wilderness.
YAAS, do this. Keep that forest one going, but this is another game i'd love to see!
Kinda like my ex wife? lel Cougar, never once heard you trowing that kind of shade
I know I'm a year late but why can't I find the other episodes? If there is any and since episode 3 game out and it's been updated huge can you redo a quick guide for episode 1&2?
Question.. I'm on voyaguer setting for wintermute and I'm at the end of ep2... ive never encountered a bear and I have roamed every location on tbe maps thus far.. cant find any o formation on bears regarding voyaguer difficulty if bears do appear or not?
In The Long Dark,
In The Long Dark, gathering food from natural sources is also a totally viable option in addition to the hunting and trapping you can do! Natural foods such as Cattails, Rose Hips, and Reishi Mushrooms can be used to offset calorie intake from other sources or to keep you full in times of stress. While the latter two are usually only used for medicinal purposes, you can drink them part of the way to gain some calories but save the medical effect until full consumption. This makes it a powerful move to use when in dire situations.
A lot of new players often struggle in the higher difficulties with managing food and starving to death. While resources do become scarcer, proper planning can help. But even if you don't have a solid plan, there's plenty of other options besides hunting to help tide you over till you can find some solid food sources!
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First of all,That's another amazing video,ur so helpful
Btw there are a graphics problem in the video...im put it to 1080p and for some reason it become 144p and then get back to 1080p...hope u fix it,Thanks a lot my man i appricite it
In Interloper, Cat Tails is basically your only food for a long time, and the heads are tinder, until you can get your weapons crafted, if you are new to Interloper, remember, cat tails, cat tails, cat tails.
Nice video, thanks! Can you please make a video about making a bow in TLD because I'm not very sure how to do it nowdays.
wolf: advises against only eating catail stalks
Greystillplays: laughs in catail stalks
A kilogram is heavier than a pound, so something weighing 11 lbs would weigh about 5 kilograms. The conversion is approximately 2.2 lbs to 1 kilogram. But that's just an approximation, the actual conversion isn't 2.2 lbs to 1 kilogram, it's 2.20462 lbs to 1 kilogram, so you'd divide the pounds by 2.2 to get the approximate kilogram amount, or you multiply the kilogram amount by 2.2 to get the approximate pound amount, easier yet, but even less accurate just multiply the kilogram amount by 2 to get the pound amount or divide the pound amount by 2 to get the kilogram amount. So you got the 2 right, you just multiplied instead of divided. All you'd have to remember is that a kilo is heavier than a pound, so you'd divide the pound to get the kilo and multiply the kilo to get the pound.
I didn't know the exact conversion before looking it up, but I knew the approximate was 2.2 pounds to 1 kilo, I learned that years ago in college and it's stuck with me.
What I have difficulty with is converting Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice versa, when my Canadian friend tells me, "it's 27° Celsius today," to me that sounds cold, because 27° Fahrenheit is below freezing, but after looking that up, 27° C is pretty warm, about 80° F. I imagine they experience the inverse, when I tell them, "it's a comfortable 70° F today," if their brain works like mine does that 70° if it were Celsius would be 158° F.
The only two conversions I know that stuck with me from college, 2.2 lbs to 1 kilo and 1.61 kilometers to 1 mile.