And we are still waiting to resolve this issue.
Is this thing a soft hand to force us into using Galaxy?
As stated above downloading 6gb to patch 200mb or less is not ok for me.
I do not have ultra high speed net and my bandwidth can be limited.
The patches up to 2.02 worked as soon as I figured them out.
But once I got to 2.01 to 2.02 it went all bad.
I am not able to patch the main game from 2.01 to 2.02 without an absurd amount of errors and then massive crashing.
As I have said before they need to make a single patch with all the changes that checks if the expansion is installed and then installs what is needed.
Also the forced patching order also makes no sense because each patch should be cumulative and have within it the former patches files.
Perhaps they have to do this way because they cant touch the files or they are not tracking with each iteration what is being patched.
Or perhaps Obsidian is not giving them a detailed list of what files are changed in each patch. If they had a list of changes they could incorporate them all in one patch and we could potentially patch from a version 1.06 to 2.02. In addition a simple check for White March expansion would alleviate this issue with having to manual patch 2 separate patches.
And the Galaxy system seems totally inefficient since it is downloading about 1/2 of the total game just to patch it up one minor iteration.
I imagine they are quite competent coders and some legal or communication issue between Obsidian and GoG is occurring.
Because this is a slopfest
Edited by sapientNode, 05 October 2015 - 12:22 PM.