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30GB download?  wow

 

I know, major patch, but I wasn't expecting that anyway.

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9 minutes ago, LostCat said:

30GB download?  wow

 

I know, major patch, but I wasn't expecting that anyway.

40gb on XBOX

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23 hours ago, techbeck said:

40gb on XBOX

34GB for me via GOG on PC.   I'll let it d/l and install and try it out sometime tomorrow to see how things go.  Wonder if they're going to move on to any free dlc next or are we going to get another 1.3 type patch?

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12 hours ago, George P said:

34GB for me via GOG on PC.   I'll let it d/l and install and try it out sometime tomorrow to see how things go.  Wonder if they're going to move on to any free dlc next or are we going to get another 1.3 type patch?

DLC would be nice.  Have not touched the game in months other than to install the update.  People are still complaining about some bugs but bugs will always be there.  Just as long as the major bugs are fixed then  don't see much of a problem.

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1 hour ago, techbeck said:

DLC would be nice.  Have not touched the game in months other than to install the update.  People are still complaining about some bugs but bugs will always be there.  Just as long as the major bugs are fixed then  don't see much of a problem.

Yeah, I saw posts about people showing bugs, they're going to keep patching those anyways.  Hell, a DLC update could also have bug fixes in it.   I'm with you though, need something new to do, some extra missions or something.

 

They still have more work to do to improve the overall world.

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On 31/03/2021 at 00:45, George P said:

Yeah, I saw posts about people showing bugs, they're going to keep patching those anyways.  Hell, a DLC update could also have bug fixes in it.   I'm with you though, need something new to do, some extra missions or something.

 

They still have more work to do to improve the overall world.

Played a little to check out some of the changes.   Clothing shops have 4 legendary items you can buy.  You can keep refreshing but they are always the same 4 but at least they are there.  Picked up several ones I did not have already.  Did not notice any legendary clothing crafting specs tho.  But that could be since I believe I already have all of them.  But not sure on that one.  Driving is better as well and I noticed a couple of blue missions I missed as well.  Also, can no longer dupe items apparently. 

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7 hours ago, techbeck said:

Played a little to check out some of the changes.   Clothing shops have 4 legendary items you can buy.  You can keep refreshing but they are always the same 4 but at least they are there.  Picked up several ones I did not have already.  Did not notice any legendary clothing crafting specs tho.  But that could be since I believe I already have all of them.  But not sure on that one.  Driving is better as well and I noticed a couple of blue missions I missed as well.  Also, can no longer dupe items apparently. 

Nice about the legendary cloths finally. I hope we can find specs for any of the iconic items we might have missed picking up earlier as well.  I hate that you can't at this time. 

 

From the moment you have a crafting system you should be able to craft those if your level is high enough. 

 

As far as the dupe glitch goes, they were going to fix that at some point for sure.  Now though I need more missions so I can buy the rest of the cars I haven't yet. It's pretty time consuming to get money with no missions left. 

 

Still no NPCs riding around on motorcycles etc? That's such a giant thing to leave out and breaks immersion. Also having the NCPD actually driving around and on patrol instead of just spawning out of nowhere. 

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13 hours ago, George P said:

 

As far as the dupe glitch goes, they were going to fix that at some point for sure.  Now though I need more missions so I can buy the rest of the cars I haven't yet. It's pretty time consuming to get money with no missions left. 

Luckily I got lots of cash and have all the cars. Need any 2. 5 million I think to get all. Good way is to go around and kill bad dudes and sell the items they drop. Can get money quick that way. Still random blue star missions that pop up. 

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