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Physical copies of Gears of War 4 require 11 GB dayone patch

first_imgNext week sees the release of the highly-anticipated Gears of War 4 on Xbox One and Windows PC. But as is increasingly becoming the case, it doesn’t matter which version of the game you opt to buy you’re going to have to spend some time downloading gigabytes of data. And no, buying a physical copy of the game does not save you from this frustrating task.Gears of War 4 on Xbox One is a 54.6GB download. Ouch! That’s going to take gamers on slower connections a long time to get, and it may also cause a problem if their connection has a data cap. But there’s a physical copy of the game being released, right? Correct! However, in order to play the launch build of the game you’re still going to need to download a day-one patch, which is 11GB. Ouch!To clarify – if digital, no day one patch since all 54.6 gigs are downloaded. If physical disk then there will be 11 gig download.— Rod Fergusson (@GearsViking) September 30, 2016As to why developer The Coalition didn’t include the patch on the disc, the answer is a simple one: it didn’t fit. The Blu-ray disc is 50GB, so with the final game weighing in at 54.6GB there was no way to fit it on. Of course, there’s also the issue of a build needing to be sent off to burn on to discs which happens long before The Coalition would have finished testing and solving problems in the game. A patch was inevitable.There is a way around the 11GB patch if you do buy a physical copy of the game, though. Simply disconnect your Xbox One from the Internet before you insert the disc. It “should” allow you to play the build that The Coalition sent off to the disc printers, but be warned it will likely contain a few bugs and you will eventually end up downloading that huge patch anyway.If digital is your only option then Microsoft is allowing you to preload the game, meaning it should already be on your system and ready to play on launch day as long as you give the game enough time in the coming days to transfer all that data.last_img read more

That much is true it will be reported At any ra

first_imgThat much is true, it will be reported.At any rate, Bidwill said it’s no secret that the team has discussed the possibility with Glendale, which would point to camp being held at University of Phoenix Stadium.But, Bidwill cautioned, there is still plenty that needs to be worked out before moving camp to Glendale would become a reality.Until then it’s only a possibility, which only came about because NAU has made some changes. “We’re in a situation where — and the same thing up in Flagstaff, they made some adjustments,” Bidwill said. “They smartly made the decision to open up their premium locker room to move us back into, because a couple of years ago they moved it out and that was a terribly bad decision.”Bidwill said that decision led the team to re-evaluate having camp in Flagstaff, and added he understands how important it is for the city’s economy that the team hold camp up north. “We recognize that; it’s an important football training activity for us plus an important fan development activity for us and so we needed to have those conversations with them,” he said. “So I think here in the coming weeks we should probably have a decision not too far from now.” For the last 23 years, Flagstaff, Arizona has been the Arizona Cardinals’ training camp home.The cooler weather, beautiful setting and accommodations from Northern Arizona University have made it an ideal setting.Yet, the Cardinals may be moving camp somewhere else in 2013.“We’re talking to the city of Flagstaff, NAU, the city of Glendale,” Bidwill told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “We’re not ready to make a decision at this stage, but we’re probably weeks away and when we do I’m sure you guys will be reporting it right away.” Your browser does not support the audio element. Comments   Share   – / 77 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo LISTEN: Michael Bidwill, Team President of the Arizona Cardinals Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories last_img read more