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Not sure if this has been in the game ever since the start, whether it is due to my new computer and video card or whether it was Parklife that added this in but playing a map and noticed when the night came I could see the games version of an Aurora Borealis in the night sky.. And as far as I know I have never seen it before unless it has been there and never noticed it but it looks so cool..

Well after some looking it was added in Snowfall ah well thought it was something new.. lol

 

 

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Yeah, it looks cool. It's a bit buggy unfortunately. I have a hard time getting rid of it on my tropical maps.

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