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I agree. The chance for a CD version in the USA is somewhere between never and none.
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ebay.co.uk is your friend here, interestingly the disc version is currently sold out on amazon.co.uk and selling for about 30% above retail price on ebay! I'm sure they will do another print-run soon though, and you could order from amazon.co.uk to deliver to a freight forwarding service (they won't ship it outside europe). Be warned though, the disc version requires the disc be inserted in the drive while playing and also is key locked (so you can't resell it).

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ebay.co.uk is your friend here, interestingly the disc version is currently sold out on amazon.co.uk and selling for about 30% above retail price on ebay! I'm sure they will do another print-run soon though, and you could order from amazon.co.uk to deliver to a freight forwarding service (they won't ship it outside europe). Be warned though, the disc version requires the disc be inserted in the drive while playing and also is key locked (so you can't resell it).

 

Thanks !!! I want to keep my box version collection going :)

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“the disc version requires the disc be inserted in the drive while playing”

 

Apparently not anymore. Someone on this forum (I forget who, sorry) figured out a workaround.

I think it means creating an iso file of the disc and keeping it on your hard drive somewhere.

 

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My computer hasnt got a DVD drive and my previous system back in 2017 didnt have one either.

Discs are proun to scratching and while I still have some old discs with movies from 2006 that work, I made backup of all my stuff in discs to a one tera USB pendrive. Much smaller, all in one place.

I didnt know DVD bays are still included in new systems. I dont think they are, if your system has a DVD bay either is too old or you build it and forcely included one.

That is why companies dont do disc releases anymore

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