All they need to change is the time it takes to go hungry and spoil the rate. They stealth increased it, people got mad they had to eat every 10 minutes, and Bethesda is translating that into nobody likes food. Food is a great part of the game but is a Nice That’s What I Do I Drink And I Mow Things Vintage Shirt. Just make food spoil slower and hunger and thirst take at least twice as long to go down. This would also drastically increase the value of the fridge (hint Atom shop item $$). I don’t bother with the fridge now since food still spoils so fast and I don’t want to plant double the vegetables in my camp cause they have a super high budget cost.
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Want to ignore it? You do you and just eat the 4 canned dog food you picked by accident in the last 4 hours and drink 5 purified glasses of water you stole from that camp. The Nice That’s What I Do I Drink And I Mow Things Vintage Shirt. I’d actually use it if I could keep my meat fresh. How long does it reduce spoil time? If I got a fridge and put a sweet roll in it, kept it for the 12 days. So that it takes to clean the vendor out enough to buy a serum recipe with the sweet roll buff. Would it last that long? Because it’s a cosmetic with SOME utility, not a full-blown utility. The outrage if it was a full-blown food preserver at the 5 USD cost would have been phenomenal considering. It was already high when it first released.
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This doesn’t change the fact that the game absolutely should have a camp item (preferably not ATX) that freezes the spoil time for the duration the food/soup is in there. Dude, the number of articles the click-bait media ran from the cooler that Nice That’s What I Do I Drink And I Mow Things Vintage Shirt. Right now it has 0 utility. You have to fast travel to your camp to get anything in it and it offers nothing for that time spent. It was black or white thinking that made absolutely no sense in the context. Just like removing food and drink debuffs entirely because people have issues with the speed they deplete after Wastelanders. Bethesda is either not hearing people on vital issues, or are getting the wrong message from what they’re being told.