Thanks @sestus2009 for the summons, and apologies for the tardy reply.
Vanir.muc I am a purely Offline Singleplayer myself also ps4, so I know your frustrations through the rigours of experience, especially having played since launch time. There are two possibilities I would examine here.
1) Time: This may not be the issue, as you have already professed to waiting there for very long periods, but I wi cover it just incase. As Narelle stated meteors will not spawn in singleplayer mode unless you are in the relevant area of the map. However, it is also based on chance (also as Narelle stated) with a chance to spawn after the time period has elapsed. However…I also recall reading that the probability percentage of a spawn also increases after every 30 minute block. So hence, having waiting in the alotted area for say 3 hours will yield a greater probability of a spawn than say 30 mins to 1 hour. I usually beging to see them emerge on my game at around the ~1.5 to 2 hours mark. What I have actively encouraged multiple users to do in the past is to park your character on or close to what I call ‘The Twins’, the two large statues south-west of the Temple of Frost at coordinates E,13 on the map(?) if memory serves me correctly. Stock up on food and water supplies and anything you need to crack them open, and park your character on a high ledge or one of the statues themselves, where you will not be constantly harassed by predators. Now literally wait a looong time. Face South overlooking the woods and up towards the horizon, then leave your character stationary and just wait. If you have a portable DVD player, literally watch a film and leave Conan Exiles (with volume on) on in the background. No Im not trolling or being cheeky, this will help pass some time, and let you keep an eye/ear on it in the background. You will literally hear and notice them when they come. Only interact to top you characters food and water up where required, and avoid wandering.
2) Invisible Meteors: We havent really looked at this possibility yet in this thread. I have had this issue come and go a couple of times on me since lauch. Basically, after the alotted period of time meteors DO actually spawn in (sometime in their shell, sometimes without). However the game does not play the actual meteor animation and sounds. And as such they simply appear in their landing place without ANY visual or auditory cues. So…if after a few hours you still have not seen any appear, my advice would be to then scour common landing places. High on my list of recommendations would be the woods you were overlooking, south of The Twins and north of Eyelet Lake. Also be sure to check for any lodged in the side of the cliffs you climbed down, and thereafter the snowy slopes north of the twins moving closer towards the lava flow. They may or may not be emitting smoke like they should be. Also bear in mind that meteor showers (whether visible or not) occour in 2 types: type A is a lone meteor which could be hard to spot, howeber type B is around 6+ meteors all falling together. Type B is of course easier to spot through random searching. So again…be patient in your searches, as your odds of getting a meteor shower, and for that matter at type B, will increase with time. Best of luck Vanir.muc!
Im also not sure what could be causing this. Vanir.muc does your dead body (grave icon) appear on the map after you die? And regarding your Pets, do you mean that the Pets in question disappeared after you die or after they die? I will advise accordingly based on your answer.