It is only a 2.9 GB download on Steam, but it still requires more than 10 GB temporary disk space. So, the data is probably the same, Steam just compresses it more efficiently, or it only downloads parts of the files that actually changed. Most of the content is packed into large bundle files, and even if only a small change is made to a bundle, the whole file (possibly > 1 GB) may need to be downloaded again. When there are lots of small changes to various files, this can easily lead to a large download.Isn't it a bit too big of a download for this number of changes?
I mean come on, 13GB (GoG) for some fixes? 4GB in Steam?
So if I have the game with both Expansions patched to 1.21 (GOG version) I still then have to download that 2GB 1.22 patch?No need to run dlc installers if both the expansions+free dlc is already installed. Just install the 1.22 patch. Base game+free dlc+expansions all will be updated. Otherwise it will get messed up.
Dude, the game's been out for a full year at this point. I wouldn't count on that.Sadly, random FPS drops are not fixed.. Hope this game will be properly fixed by next patch
As far as I know, the 1.20 changelog is also the changelog for 1.21. If there's another log specific to 1.21, I've never seen it.Can someone point me to the 1.21 changelog? I can find the 1.20 changelog and the 1.22 changelog but not the 1.21 changelog.
I've asked multiple times in multiple locations and no one seems to know the answer (or they erroneously link me to the 1.20 changelog.)
Seems like they had to cut corners when they changed over to the new inventory sections. What it looks like now is, new items do not go to the top of the list, but the yellow star's on new items disappear when you click the Quick Sort button.What is the tweaks/improvements to the inventory system?
Do highlighted items now appears at the top of the inventory at least?