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I have the PAL (UK) version. That would explain the two discs. I bought it on the Amazon UK site. The item details are on there. Not sure how to post a screenshot on the forum, will have to look into that.
The second disc is a data disc which needs to be inserted first. Download time is about 15 mins. To play the game, insert disc 1, which also needs to install in about 5 minutes. The whole game, including all dlc is on the first disc, no need to swap discs to play all the extras.
As a collector, I wanted to say thank you to the poster about X-Com 2 and also to you @Chisoka ! Thank you very much I am going to look into this on EBay.
I have slow cell only limited data downloads. I’ve got a few UK copies of games for both the PS3 and PS4. I love to have full sets on disc for the days down the road when I want to play but the PS4 serves will be offline.
I love when proven wrong in these cases. I wish I could’ve had that with current game of Fallout 4.
No idea how big RDR 2 will be with day one patch. But if I don’t get some of these games right away I get so far behind I can never catch up. Love my home, not a fan of data limits because of my home.
"Like one who grabs a stray dog by the ears is someone who rushes into a quarrel not their own." Solomon, Proverbs 26:17
Am I reading this right that the Asian/PAL editions of this game have all DLC on disc and the North American one has a code to download DLC?
As a North American PS4 owner who doesn't want to deal with codes and prefers everything to be on disc, should I get the Asian/PAL release? Is it fully pre-patched, will I have to jump through regional account switching hoops to get everything in place?