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I think it updates (the store) in about 13 hours from now, which would in my time be 11am. I think in UK that would be 2pm.
But it might come sooner than that.
Post edited February 18, 2021 by Vargas78
As some other devs seem to had issues to update their games, wich are related to the Hack of CDPR, I guess this may be the same cause for Imperator Rome.
Is there any information about this from GOG itself? The fact that a customer is allowed a word only helps to maintain the customer relationship. Is it just too expensive to let someone communicate this? Or a complete lack of interest on the part of GOG in relation to the Imperator Rome customers? This then leads to people increasingly drawing such consequences:

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riseawarrior: Next time I will just purchase on steam.
Well, if GOG doesn't care...
Post edited February 18, 2021 by goghat
Steam's sale on Imperator ends in 4.5 hours. It will be such a cool coincedence if right after sale is done on steam, we will have update on GOG
Post edited February 18, 2021 by vanek66650
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vanek66650: It will be such a cool coincedence if right after sale is done on steam, we will have update on GOG
It will be even more funny if right after the sale is done we get an official statement that there will be no update on gog :D
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goghat: Is there any information about this from GOG itself? The fact that a customer is allowed a word only helps to maintain the customer relationship. Is it just too expensive to let someone communicate this? Or a complete lack of interest on the part of GOG in relation to the Imperator Rome customers? This then leads to people increasingly drawing such consequences:

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riseawarrior: Next time I will just purchase on steam.
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goghat: Well, if GOG doesn't care...
To be honest gog have been stone quiet on this issue. Paradox have made some statements though. I did message gog support about it and have a ticket open as well so maybe the response to that will shed more light. But... another 10 mins to go and store updates for the day. I'm hoping the update will be pushed through with that.
We got there guys, looks like my source was right :)
Sounds good...
Except I cannot load saves from yesterday. The game crashes directly.
Anyone having the same issue?

Note: I play with no mod, and only the punic wars DLC
I don't think 2.0 is compatible with older saves. You would have to install version 1.53 which i think can be done from the install options in gog under 'beta channels'
Post edited February 18, 2021 by Vargas78
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goghat: Is there any information about this from GOG itself? The fact that a customer is allowed a word only helps to maintain the customer relationship. Is it just too expensive to let someone communicate this? Or a complete lack of interest on the part of GOG in relation to the Imperator Rome customers? This then leads to people increasingly drawing such consequences:

Well, if GOG doesn't care...
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Vargas78: To be honest gog have been stone quiet on this issue. Paradox have made some statements though. I did message gog support about it and have a ticket open as well so maybe the response to that will shed more light. But... another 10 mins to go and store updates for the day. I'm hoping the update will be pushed through with that.
Maybe they delayed the game on purpose because GOG is DRM-free and less likely for pirates to hack the game and put it out on torrent.. That way they can get more sales from people who can't wait to torrent the game.
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Vargas78: To be honest gog have been stone quiet on this issue. Paradox have made some statements though. I did message gog support about it and have a ticket open as well so maybe the response to that will shed more light. But... another 10 mins to go and store updates for the day. I'm hoping the update will be pushed through with that.
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riseawarrior: Maybe they delayed the game on purpose because GOG is DRM-free and less likely for pirates to hack the game and put it out on torrent.. That way they can get more sales from people who can't wait to torrent the game.
I think in this case it was more down to the recent CDPR hack and maybe some of the backed up data getting out of sync. But lets see if it becomes a trend or not.
Post edited February 19, 2021 by Vargas78