Great Work! Thanks for organizing the patches. One question for anyone though, Do any of these manual patches mess up anyone's Save Games?
Annswer to your asked question is no patch messes up your savegames, patching the game, can't change your save.
Doesn't matter whether it's manual, or using Galaxy/Steam.
However, you are asking the wrong question, patches change the game, and this can certainly cause you issues, when trying to load existing savegames, but for most of us the unfixed bugs are much worse.
My saves have had different issues with the last three patches, and I've not even tried today's new patch. CTD on save loading
patch_divinity_original_sin_2_18.104.22.1689_hotfix2_(15543)_to_22.214.171.124_(15911).exe Game runs, but Main Character Vanishes, leaving Blue Pyramisd behind
That's one of the main reasons GOG should keep providing the old game version + patches, so you can roll back if you get issues.
Plus it allows those with poor and/or limited internet to update using each patch, and not be forced into another full game download.
So though I have encountered problems, I still recommenf you update.
If you do have issues, you can just delete the game, and reinstall the game back to the last working patch.
If your old saves worked with that patch before updating, they will work with it after a reinsatall. Manual Save before Updating
Warning, new saves made while trying to get the update to work, may not work.
It's always best to do a full manual save before updating, and you can always go back to that afterwards.
Autosaves, and quicksaves can be overwritten, manual saves can't. Delete Warning for Mod users
Delete everything in the game folder, except the "Data
Inside the "Data
" Folder. Only Delete the "*.pak
" Files, and the "Sound
Leave every other folder, and all their contents alone, these all belong to mods, and the DOS2 Editor if installed.
As a guideline, I have an heavily modded game, and these are my mods folders Cursors
Plus the editor uses these folders (Note "Mods", and "Public" are common, and used by both the Editor, and Mods). Editor
If you make a mistake you can simply reinstall the mods, doing the above, saves you that effort, with non PAK mods.
I'm not aware of a mod that adds files to the "Sound
" folder, but if you have one, it's probably easier to just reinstall that one mod than preserve it's files.
I've updated my patches upload to include the patch GOG removed today.
patch_divinity_original_sin_2_126.96.36.1990_(15976)_to_188.8.131.524_(16069).exe Divinity - Original Sin II - Game Patches (GOG) - Google Drive
Hi thanks for the uploads!! can you maybe update your updates? i have the updates till 16069 from your google...can you update the latest please ? ;)