Really enjoying this game overall, but does anyone else feel the "living" nature of the world was a little overhyped?
Playing it on PS4, I see little evidence of the oft-mooted villager routines; people packing up and going home at the end of a day's work; inns getting crowded in the evening; people running for shelter from the rain.
I regularly roll into towns at three in the morning and see kids running around playing, tradespeople working, and everyone going about their business as though it was the middle of the day. I don't think I've ever seen an NPC react to the weather.
How has everyone else's experience with this been? Given the developer promises regarding this aspect of the game, I'm wondering if there is a bug in my play through which has messed up the day/night cycle!
It's a small problem, but a niggling one. Anyone else had this?
All other apps installed fine, except for YouTube, which freezes at 100% every time, and crashes out with an "installation stopped" message. The only option is to press the home button "for more details" which takes me to the YouTube page on the App Store. Rinse, repeat. With nothing to reset or uninstall, it seems that I'm out of options.
Had the exact same problem, and here is a solution that worked for me. I plugged the Xbox one directly into a power socket on the wall, rather than the power splitter that I was plugged into, and it started working again. Long shot, but I hope it works for you. For the record, the Xbox One has to be the most frustrating system I've ever owned!