LucPatenaude said:Did you know that the original patched to version 2.2.1 can not be fully downloaded via the internet's game client of Uplay?
Because, it is well over 14 GigaBytes in size and, most Quad core machines that are sold over the counter in most of the most popular technology stores(Giants type of Chains of stores), have the maximum of 12 Gigabytes to start with.
Even my Quad core one of in the basement level of my parents' house has only 8 gigs in RAM(HP cheap one from Best-Buy: Ottawa, Canada).
And, to make matters worse, If I decide to format my HDD and re-install everything, my 16 GB of RAM might not be enough to download the latest version of Heroes VII:2.2.1.
So, it might be wise to choose the smallest one to download, after all. I do strongly think that the Stand-Alone Expansion of Trial By Fire, might, very well, become my next choice for strategy, Medieval Age type gaming. Might even play and process way faster than that of the original one, alone.
Until I get to rebuild myself a proper gaming's rig: 8 cores, 32 gigs of RAM, 2 gigs of a fully compatible DX-12 graphics card(2 GPU type), 2 terabyte of HDD + a minimum of a 650 watts PSU with a Mid-Tower case that can house such a top configuration of a PC. Plus, to think that I do not even think about the DDR4 type of chip-sets yet is, totally mind blowing.
Anyone else get that problem when they think about whether their flies are undone just as you walk past a playground, but don't want to look at your crotch lest someone sees it as sexual, at the same time you try to cop a feel to see if the zip is down or up, but discreetly, just moving your hands there inch by inch~?
"For I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate."