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* new network protocols
 
* new network protocols
  
Storage format for map geometry is again float, but now both on disk and in-memory. This allows for practically unlimited level geometry sizes.
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Storage format for map geometry is again float, this allows for practically unlimited level geometry sizes.
  
 
Map structure indexing is now using 32bit indexes, thus effectively removing any realistic limit on how detailed the map can be (32bit number allows for 4 billions of object slots of any kind). This means map can be very big and very detailed which meshes much better with modern sensibilities. Resource economy is less critical.
 
Map structure indexing is now using 32bit indexes, thus effectively removing any realistic limit on how detailed the map can be (32bit number allows for 4 billions of object slots of any kind). This means map can be very big and very detailed which meshes much better with modern sensibilities. Resource economy is less critical.

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