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I want to buy myself GRTG for offline gaming (i will move and at my new house is no internet) but when is the best time to get it? I followed the past few updates and those did bring quite alot of great bugfixes and additions, but which update brings the most? And when? (i can only update it every like 4 or 5 months due to the non existant internet)
oh my friend you will miss out on soooo many great things and for that i am sorry, i do not know all the content to be added but you can bet with the devs listening to us, much will come. i would assume in the next couple weeks or this next month there should be a sale
The game won"t be available as an offline version (look at the FAQ at the kickstarter project), so no GoG or something else.Are there any plans for a non-Steam DRM-free version...?No. The PC version of the game will be available only on Steam.You can copy the game folder (example X:\Steam_Games\steamapps\common\ ) onto an USB-stick (or external harddisk), go to a friend with internet, log in with your Steam account, extend the game folders with the flash drive and let the update go. Then copy the game back to your computer.But I don"t know if the modified (updated) game needs a reactivation in your Steam installation. For reactivation your smartphone would be enough if you use it as 3G-modem or hotspot (when you"ve a data option and you aren"t in an "outback" where no cell phone works).Gaming without internet is not intended today ("game as a service"), nearly all (singleplayer!) games are running on DRM-platforms (Steam, Uplay, Origin...). Some years ago you could buy a game, install and play, even in the "deepest outback" without internet. Patches were on magazine DVDs or downloadable from the publisher (-> go to friend with internet). But in that time there were nearly no indie studios and indies would have a big problem to sell the games offline in all the Media Markts, Best Buys (or whatever is in your country), the modern "online everywhere" makes (as a positive aspect) the indies possible to sell their games.