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KosiakS Expand Collapse. Then when you run the bake process, the environment is broken into a 2d grid and all the detail objects are grouped based on the grid cell they are sitting in. The next step is to grab all the colliders these define the collision geometry and bake these all together as well, now we remove all the detail objects to free up memory and reduce draw calls and create a new object to hold the data about the grid along with lookup tables so we can quickly turn a cell index into a list of either the high or low resolution renderers. Because these are destructive changes we save the post-bake scene into a new file ready for publishing or further tweaking. On the game client side the player on load will look for the grid data object when they first spawn. If its not found the grid manager deletes itself to free resources, if it is found it rebuilds the grid with the given settings and gets the references to the lookup tables. The player then builds a list of offsets which essentially are a set of rules to easily find the index of the surrounding cells.