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Did they buff dehydration?

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I Seem to be getting dehydrated easier

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Mortico    1

I think they did, im losing hydration in 10-20 mins now... i jog most of the time too :/

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hmm, my current gear is, Police Cap, Black Bomber Jacket, Police Pants and Brown Combat Boots. Drybag with about 10-20Kg of Gear, I go from light green hydrated to yellow thirsty in about 5 mins of Sprinting, about 10-20 mins of jogging. its managable, but annoying as hell.

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/moved to Questions

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Krackerman    17

Getting hot is much quicker as well - though the cool down is rapid too - it's definitely now accounting for exertion, clothing worn and weight carried... biggest problem with .53 though is not being able to stack containers in your backpack

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the clothing you wear affect your hydration rate, i've had overheating or hot status before and it makes your dehydration go to thirsty from bright green hydration is about 5-10 mins, hydration is also harder in .53 due to the fact that drinking from pumps cant be spammed anymore, its best you carry up to 3 canteens on minimum refill every chance you get. Running also increase dehydration, try to use backpacks like SPOSN or hunting backpacks, through my research i think you get dehydrated faster if you carry heavier backpacks, i wouldnt suggest Ghille if youre dehydrating too.

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I speculated at this as well. While running with lots of gear i get dehydrated alot more frequently.

Carrying a gas-cannister filled with water is actually a good idea for long trips. Me and my friend were running from Novo til Kamenka to search the new prison island. So he took a gas can filled with water, and i had 2 canteens, food, ammo etc. That way dehydration was never an issue.

We had 20 litres of water for the trip.

Works really well with 2 or more guys.

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Didn't even know you could fill jerry cans with water, taste like arse wouldn't it?

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AmmYraS33    0

You can take some T-shirt to your backpack so you can cool yourself little bit and. Just dont be hot or cold / dont take additional useless stuff you do not need and dehydration should not be problem. Or you find route around some river

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I must say T-Shirts are becoming useful. This may lead to a decrease in Gorka-Clad Generi-Troopers. Kewl.

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Blizzard    0

i think its their attempt at more realistic running, It makes sense to get tired that quickly.

for the record walking works best, from chreno to berezino on light green hydration.

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Ark    202

It's safe to say that a number of things were tweaked in .53 hydration probably being one of them. Since the game is still in alpha and has a long way to go before reaching beta I would expect tweaks like this often. With that being said I'll go ahead and mark this as solved.

/Solved

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