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Wow, thx guys
I think all those comments would have answered my question ;d
ausskiller and llorian having a pro discussion about patching softs. I dont know wth u guys talking about
LOL join the clubausskiller and llorian having a pro discussion about patching softs. I dont know wth u guys talking about
From the poll results most people don't mind the large updates. I get great speeds on them, much better than some other things I dl. It's never been an issue for me.
To summarize the technobabble:
It would be possible to make the patches smaller, but it would probably require changes both from Steam and Trendy, and Trendy could spend that time fixing actual bugs IN the game instead, which *I* like better. Then again, I don't have a download limit.
They might solve this by using there own patcher when starting the game
How they could 'solve' it is testing the release before release so we don't have to suffer 3 updates in the 2 days following the DLC release rather than blindly releasing & waiting for the people who pay for the privilege of beta testing (aka customers) to find their issues for them.
But what do I know?