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Dishonored 2 - modded id Tech 5
« on: April 07, 2017, 10:04:14 PM »
Dishonored 2 demo is out now and is ~20Gb  :o Fret not, it included full 3 missions and both playable characters. If you decide to upgrade to full game later, all progress will be carried over and not lost.

Void engine is pretty damn good looking and snappy. Rumored to be built off id Tech 5.

Also can be played in VR via VorpX (I noticed there is an option to disable head bobbing - useful for VR)

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Re: Dishonored 2 - modded id Tech 5
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2017, 12:17:08 AM »
I hope this sets a modern precedent for more developers to release trials/demos.  Compatible progress with the full version is really awesome.

Anyone know where else to get this apart from Steam?

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Re: Dishonored 2 - modded id Tech 5
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2017, 12:30:37 AM »
Anyone know where else to get this apart from Steam?

Nowhere else. What's wrong with Steam ?

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Re: Dishonored 2 - modded id Tech 5
« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2017, 08:55:39 AM »
The system I plan to download it with is not the system I plan to play it on.

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Re: Dishonored 2 - modded id Tech 5
« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2017, 10:16:08 AM »
The system I plan to download it with is not the system I plan to play it on.
If you download on system A you can copy/paste to system B & point Steam on system B to that folder & it will work.  You might need to spend a few minutes downloading something else, but this makes system restores for me a lot faster for Steam downloads (I keep my games on any drive but my Windows/program drive, so a new system = put the old D/E/etc. drive in & transfer if I need to).

I hope this sets a modern precedent for more developers to release trials/demos.  Compatible progress with the full version is really awesome.

A pipe dream that may be coming back?  :)  Maybe 20gb contains most of the data.  Personally, I'm hating the 20+GB game downloads.  I've got 7mbs and it's a PITA.  The only reason I haven't deleted Doom 2016 yet is because it's so damn big it will take a week or so to download again.  I don't want a new HD, just to clear space for other stuff.  Sometimes I like to load up Doom and play but the ~80gb download size makes it so that's not possible any more.  :(