Better Sky

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In all of the GC dimensions (besides Asteroids), and the Overworld, the stars move with the sun. To make it more realistic, maybe have the stars stay static in the night sky on the Overworld/Mars, and in general on the Moon. Hopefully this gets implemented as a neat little feature.
 

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Of course they move with the sun, it's what you would expect being on a rotating planet. Stars being static would imply that you are immobile, and instead the sun is orbiting you. It's realistic already.
 
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In all of the GC dimensions (besides Asteroids)
(And the Space Station dimension).

If you are aiming to realism, the stars will move along the planet rotation, therefore the sun and the moon must follow suit (obviously I'm ignoring secondary and subtitle movements).

(skip to 1:07)

People need to go outside more.
 
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