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Landscape Dark after making it low-poly

So,i am working on a game right now and i wanted to make the Ground a bit more Low-poly like. I found out how to do it(Normalized would go into Normal so i did not forget that): alt text However here are 2 Photos of the Map one without Low Poly and One with Low Polyalt textalt text As you see,the one with Low-Poly is a lot darker than the normal one. I used Landscape Tool to make the Landscape. Am i stupid ? xD I havent found any solutions yet.

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asked Feb 01 '19 at 03:54 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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