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I have been thinking that this new DLC is gonna be rather large, as in memory it takes up, now my question is will it take a whole lot of memory to give us the true PT 3, or is that just a matter of changeing some values, i really have never seen a DLC that is more than 2 gigs, but i have a feeling this is gonna be the largest in memory size, let me know XBOX GT SinisterNobody64.202.61.10 09:51, September 21, 2010 (UTC)

It seems like it's going to be a pretty large DLC as it is, when the patch comes out that allows for more levels, balanced enemies and PT3 I'd bank on it being quite sizeable. Since even though they're changing the levels of the enemies, they still have to scale their HP and give them higher level weapons as well. Also, you've been around here long enough, make an actual username. NOhara24 10:27, September 21, 2010 (UTC)

Knoxx was "more than 2 gigs". These are the file sizes for the 'Reloaded' cracked PC downloads - which do not have Steam or DD authorization, so the actual sizes are probably slightly larger.

DLC1 ~1.2GB, DLC2 ~574MB, DLC3 ~2.1GB

Randy Pitchford said that DLC4 is the biggest, so I'm expecting ~3 GB. Also, the level cap increase and rebalancing will be done with the patch, not with the DLC. None of the patches were simply a matter of changing some values; especially with rebalancing playthrough 2.5 for another 11-19 levels' worth of players, the equipment and NPC data that needs to be introduced, along with programming for another 8 levels of every single aspect of the game.

Then again, nobody can say for sure. I can't speak for Gearbox and say what they are or are not going to do with the files, so everyone will have to wait and see.  nagy   talkScorpio-fulllog     10:30, September 21, 2010 (UTC)

That is what i figured, and due to me gleening company time, i cannot sign up for an accout believe me i would love to, my work computer is block all to hell, i cannot even see the pictures on this site:( SinisterNobody64.202.61.10 10:36, September 21, 2010 (UTC)

Memory =/= hard drive space.   Bukkithead Orsmsig   12:03, September 21, 2010 (UTC)