Neoseeker : News : The Elder Scrolls Online now on Steam with major discounts, timed with first day of QuakeCon 2014
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Rayce Jul 17, 14
See? Now there is no excuse to not play. >>
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Night Surgeon Jul 17, 14
quote Rayce
See? Now there is no excuse to not play. >>
"You will need 80GB of Hard Drive space free for game installation" There's my excuse not to play. I'm not gonna sink 80gb of hard drive for this.
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Shadow of Death Jul 18, 14
Night Surgeon - I don't have it installed anymore, but it wasn't nearly that big. I think it was around 30GB? Still large, whatever the size is, but in this day and age of multi-TB HDDs, your net speed would be a more relevant concern I think.
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DedValve Jul 18, 14
quote Rayce
See? Now there is no excuse to not play. >>
Or just wait for it to go F2P.

Or just wait for a proper elder scrolls.
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Epoch Jul 18, 14
Steams Quakecon bundle, like 20 good games, 200+$ worth, for 99.99, including ESO.

wowowow.



80gigs is barely anything, Its not like they are asking you to reserve 800 gigs.
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Night Surgeon Jul 18, 14
quote Shadow of Death
Night Surgeon - I don't have it installed anymore, but it wasn't nearly that big. I think it was around 30GB? Still large, whatever the size is, but in this day and age of multi-TB HDDs, your net speed would be a more relevant concern I think.
I'm just going on what it said on the steam page. Plus my computer isn't a gaming computer. it's just some off the shelf model with not a lot of hard drive space. So yes, that is a lot for my computer.
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Ascii Jul 18, 14
quote Night Surgeon
I'm just going on what it said on the steam page. Plus my computer isn't a gaming computer. it's just some off the shelf model with not a lot of hard drive space. So yes, that is a lot for my computer.
Upgrading hard drives isn't hard at all if you really want to try the game out.

quote Epoch
Steams Quakecon bundle, like 20 good games, 200+$ worth, for 99.99, including ESO.
Yeah, I saw that. I am pretty sure Wolfenstein was in that bundle as well. If I didn't already have some of the games in it I would have definitely gone for it.
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Night Surgeon Jul 18, 14
quote Ascii
quote Night Surgeon
I'm just going on what it said on the steam page. Plus my computer isn't a gaming computer. it's just some off the shelf model with not a lot of hard drive space. So yes, that is a lot for my computer.
Upgrading hard drives isn't hard at all if you really want to try the game out.

quote Epoch
Steams Quakecon bundle, like 20 good games, 200+$ worth, for 99.99, including ESO.
Yeah, I saw that. I am pretty sure Wolfenstein was in that bundle as well. If I didn't already have some of the games in it I would have definitely gone for it.
I'm actually trying to get myself a new gaming computer.
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