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StaranStaran Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 295
Having two different versions of the same game is terrible.
They both have access to different premium modules.
Steam version has the steam workshop.
They both have different builds.
I bought the deluxe version from Beamdog and got the regular version from steam as a feature.
I have the local vaults pointing to the same place.

Is their a technical solution to only use one version and get all the benefits of both?
JuliusBorisovdunahan

Comments

  • ProlericProleric Member Posts: 1,099
    Stick with the Beamdog version.

    If there's something on Steam Workshop you can't get on the Vault (which is very rare), subscribe, run the Steam version just long enough to download, then move the files manually to the corresponding folders in Documents.

    I don't know why premium modules aren't released on all versions concurrently, but it seems that everyone gets them eventually.
  • StaranStaran Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 295
    I do not disagree with what you are saying. But that steam workshop is really convenient.
  • TarotRedhandTarotRedhand Member Posts: 1,299
    @Staran Have you tried using Neverwinter Nights Mod Installer Tool - NIT? Neat tool that manages module (including any necessary haks) downloads from the vault for you.

    TR
    JuliusBorisov
  • StaranStaran Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 295
    @Staran Have you tried using Neverwinter Nights Mod Installer Tool - NIT? Neat tool that manages module (including any necessary haks) downloads from the vault for you.

    TR
    I will look into it. Never heard of it until now. Thank you
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