I Made a New Pirate Ship for My Multiplayer Game | Devlog #45

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In this devlog I made a new pirate ship for the game and reworked the wave simulation!
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In this devlog we finally replaced the ship model in my multiplayer pirate game. The old one was a little small and looked very similar to the sloop in Sea of Thieves, so I wanted to give it an upgrade and hopefully start differentiating this game a bit.

I also finally fixed the boat's buoyancy system, so it's no longer as bouncy, and while I was at it, I gave the wave simulation an overhaul to make the water look less repetitive and more natural.


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