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Battlefield 4 Disc 2 and 3?

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October 31, 2013 1:01:55 PM

Hello, this is my first time with a game disc for the PC, since I usually download, but I got disc 2 and 3 for Battlefield 4 and was wondering what they are for. Thanks!

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October 31, 2013 1:04:01 PM

While you're installing, it'll ask for disc 2 and then for disc 3.

The game is simply too big to be in one single DVD. It does have a code you can use (which you'll have to use eventually) to associate the game with your Origin account. You can just associate it there and then download it, if you don't want to use the DVDs.
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October 31, 2013 1:13:06 PM

Kelthar said:
While you're installing, it'll ask for disc 2 and then for disc 3.

The game is simply too big to be in one single DVD. It does have a code you can use (which you'll have to use eventually) to associate the game with your Origin account. You can just associate it there and then download it, if you don't want to use the DVDs.

Thanks, I was asking this since I used the code already and wanted to know if these other discs had any reason, so now they are useless? lol.
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October 31, 2013 1:16:53 PM

Yes, if you prefer to download them, they're useless.

But don't forget that there are people which have really slow internet connections, downloading 15 or so GB over the internet would take them DAYS, that's why discs are still there. Or imagine you don't have internet and want to play single player. Discs are there "just in case". Also, depending on your internet connection, using the discs may be faster than downloading, but it's obviously more annoying (switching discs, etc etc).

Personally, I'd just download through Origin while I'm eating, or watching a movie, something.
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October 31, 2013 1:45:47 PM

Kelthar said:
Yes, if you prefer to download them, they're useless.

But don't forget that there are people which have really slow internet connections, downloading 15 or so GB over the internet would take them DAYS, that's why discs are still there. Or imagine you don't have internet and want to play single player. Discs are there "just in case". Also, depending on your internet connection, using the discs may be faster than downloading, but it's obviously more annoying (switching discs, etc etc).

Personally, I'd just download through Origin while I'm eating, or watching a movie, something.

Yeah I have very fast internet since I am using ethernet (around 50-60 mbps) and I noticed it was asking for the discs anyway... Whatever its 96% done, thanks!
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