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Project Zomboid to finally get in-game maps you can make notes on

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It's pretty easy to get completely lost in Project Zomboid, but the developers have announced a new feature coming: maps.

See one in action below, the note this is still a W.I.P
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They have also said GOG should now have the latest build available for the game.

Will be interesting to see the maps in-game, and they will be transferable with other players online as well, so that's pretty sweet.

I'm thinking this might be another game to play with the community, so if anyone fancies teaming up to attempt to survive during a livestream be sure to let me know. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Eike 27 Jan, 2017
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I don't like the optics of Project Zomboid in general, but these maps actually look nice.
Luke_Nukem 27 Jan, 2017
They've been working on this game for.... over 4 years, maybe over 5?

And it just keeps improving, getting so much better. If you were to compare yearly releases, the leaps are really good.
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