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in Suggestion by (730 points)

Just a suggestion for something that might look cool is a table that shows a 3D map of the entire playable world and would update showing places where beacons have been placed by players in the world.

A visual example of this can be:

by (2.5k points)
I could dig that.  They could add it to both the little room where you do research and also to the functionality at the back end of the vehicles.
by (730 points)
I agree, I also imagined being able to construct it separate so that you can also use it as a form of helpful decoration to a room. There is unfortunately not enough things in the game yet where you can build stuff to make a home for yourself. The hub kinda feels very limited in being home, I imagine a normal person would want a much better living space once they have built a massive industry that produces all of the resources needed.
by (2.3k points)
I like this. Let it be modular so you can make lots of them.and create a large map.

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+1 vote
by (3.1k points)
Subnautica has a room with a 3D map and a large-scale resource scanner (locked Radar Tower in Satisfactory), and it is really useful. +1
by (730 points)
You know I never thought of using subnautica as a source for inspirations, it could have some transferable futuristic ideas in terms of tech.
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