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Thursday, March 15th 2018, 1:03pm

Patch Notes 7.2.1.2826?

Will the Patch Notes from the new internal changes and adjustments (patch 7.2.1.2826) be on the forums?
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Thursday, March 15th 2018, 1:08pm

"Internal changes" always means: no patchnotes
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Thursday, March 15th 2018, 1:46pm

If no patchnotes then possibility that new zone is coming soon too - some preparations / content for the next zone released.
I see cards for the new zone like Sawmouth Yasheedee or Sorlu Harp.

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Thursday, March 15th 2018, 1:50pm

When the changes are against the community interests they prefer to keep them secret, to avoid complaints - at least for a while.

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Thursday, March 15th 2018, 1:57pm

Even with no Patchnotes there are some ways to find out what was patched.

  1. Check the Patchlog.txt
    • Runewaker has the bad habit to always include all .db files except the strings into the data.fdb
    • if there lines like "Merge Package data\string_eneu" you know, that there was a string update
    • More interesting are the other fdb sections (if they are there)
      • Merge Package interface\icons\shop_goods\act_mount_chicken_01=> probably a mount was added/updated
      • I could give a more detailed explanation but just no ^.^
  2. Compare the data.fdb from before the patch with the changed one after the patch
    • requires basic understanding of the structure of the .db files
    • Requires FDBExtractor2 or a similar tool (i use such a tool for the dungeon loots and item preview db)
    • There are quite a few simple difftools which help to find the differences in different files.


From what we can see on the client side the patch contains mounts and loca.

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