Posted on 09 April 22 at 18:11atryeu1 said:EveryBase said:Girthshakes said:atryeu1 said:EveryBase said:You do you just want to say I have over 700 games and only the live service ones update all the time. 95% of my games haven't had an update in months and most likely won't ever again. You are right about the updates thou I don't think a single game I have on disc didn't require an update at least once. But you could work around it and spread the updates out once you get that one done you'd be good. Just feel like you're missing out on a lot.Guessing this was aimed for me? The limit is just too tiny and there are others in the household that use the internet as well. The computer updates alone take up a big chunk of the bandwidth leaving not a lot free later in the month. This service isn't just a 'slow down if you go over', it's full on shut off. Can't risk it. :( It prevents streaming content online and doing a lot of other things. Just trying to keep the computers up to date uses far too much of our limit as it is like I said. Upgrading a game system is just not possible on theis internet that's available to me here. I'm in the country so it likely won't ever change. :( Not spending several hundred dollars on a system I can't use. I've actually heard of far too many of the games having Day 1 patches even on disc so it's really not an option. When you have to watch your bandwidth carefully like this you pick up on all these little details that others tend to skip over because they don't have to worry them :(Look into Starlink.What about Starlink?It's a new satellite service not fully out of beta yet. They are low orbit satellites for a much much lower latency and they right now claim "unlimited" internet which is not the case (nothing is unlimited, there's always a limit of some sort) and no actual plan data available for when it's fully officially opened to everybody. What Starlink doesn't tell you is that their prices they hid behind their beta testing wall that you had to be invited to even see to try and make it "affordable for low income families" is currently a $1000 total setup and that it's not a 100% uptime service still and you had to pay then and there with the invite (it expired after a short amount of time) and that you were not even promised the service after you paid until a "new slot opened up for testing". So you are paying $1000 for something you may or may not even get to use at this point. Sorry, but not everybody can afford that -_- Starlink isn't an option due to price and the way they are currently running it.I thought he was talking about the Ubisoft game I feel like an Idiot.