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Richard Niescior

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The above images show the containers in question, they are unlootable,

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Location: Canal Park South - Motel


Edited by Richard Niescior, 27 December 2013 - 06:31 AM.

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caztx

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canal park south - motel

is the one I had this problem with


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Richard Niescior

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canal park south - motel

is the one I had this problem with

That is the problem Motel, thanks for providing the location.


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#4
Zingman

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Can confirm this bug.   There are more problematic containers at this location as well.

 

I'd recommend avoiding this location (there's only one motel in the game currently) until it's fixed.


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#5
Tom

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Just tested this. Definitely incredibly broken! Con is looking into it now



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latech2012

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there is also the small box on the left in the back near the zed spawning hole in the Large supermarkets, all of them.


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#7
Richard Niescior

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latech2012

Thanks for the completely unrelated response. Please create a new thread on the issue if it does not exist.


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ackNnak

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Can confirm that two containers on left outside wall are still unlootable.  First timeI clicked on one scav ran into far left room and tried to run through back wall.  After that, scav just ignored even when positioned right next to either can.  This seems to be only non-lootable items.  AG, Firefox 26.0, Flash: 11.9.900.170, Win7 64-bit


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#9
justinsr316

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Tom, there is another unlootable container on this same map, the stack next to the vehicle. 


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