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i am working hard, really got no time to set up the wheel and play a few hours of dr2.0 in a month, and put the wheel back to its box, because i don't have much space either.

this was my empty evening.

do you know how many hours does it take to downlaod 19gb over adsl?

sure you do. because afterall you are codemasters right?

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Next time you could look up if theres a new patch coming the few times you got time to play and then leave your pc on during the day. 🙂

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Oh how dare they make improvements to the game.. What a terrible company for working hard through the current climate to bring updates for ungrateful people like you.. Wow. It's not Codemasters fault that you have s**t internet mate. 

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Hi there, hope this helps: https://steamcommunity.com/app/690790/discussions/0/2254559285360121299/

 

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So, why are updates so large then?

The main reason is that updates to certain parts of the game require a full republish (ie: the entire asset being downloaded again) whenever a patch is released. This is most obvious with locations, but also occurs with cars and other assets too, depending on what is changed.

For Version 1.14, changes were made to Scotland, and to New Zealand, which required a full republish of both. There were also changes to a few cars, most notably the Ford Escort RS Cosworth getting new audio thanks to fresh recordings of a real car.

Hopefully that goes some way toward explaining why updates are larger than you'd expect.
 

 

We have a thread about the update here:

 

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