This week we will be releasing an update to the MBII Launcher. This version of launcher has some fairly major changes, so we would like to just give you a heads up of what you can expect. There are a few scenarios which will be different depending on what OS you are on and what type of MBII installation you currently have. Once you start launcher you will be notified of an upgrade to the Launcher. You can either upgrade immediately or cancel the update until a later point in time. If you chose to cancel the update you will be reminded each time Launcher starts and will not get any future updates to MBII until you accept the update to launcher. Once you accept the update, Launcher will close and the installer will pop up. Windows Users: After a few seconds Launcher should complete the upgrade and the new Launcher will Load. Linux/Mac Users: The application will prompt you to make sure any existing instances of MBII Launcher are closed. Once the new launcher pops up a number of things may happen: MBII Launcher is inside your GameData Folder: Skip to the next step. MBII Launcher is not inside your GameData Folder and you are on Windows: Launcher may detect the installation location from the previous version of launcher and use that automatically. If so you can skip to the next step. If Launcher couldn't determine this location it will attempt to automatically scan for the installation path for Jedi Academy. If you have multiple versions of the game installed they will be detected in this order of precedence: Retail CD/GOG (If both are installed then whichever was installed last will be detected) Steam If you decline this auto-detection you will be asked to manually select your GameData folder. MBII Launcher is not inside your GameData Folder and you are on Linux/Mac: Launcher may detect the installation location from the previous version of launcher and use that automatically. If Launcher couldn't determine this location, you will be asked to manually select your GameData folder. The updated Launcher will now scan your MBII Installation. Again one of three scenarios could occur: You have a complete installation and have not modified any MBII files: Launcher will scan your installation and build its new database before allowing you to launch this game. Launcher may prompt you to download some extra files that wouldn't have been downloaded previously - such as the linux and Mac binaries. This process shouldn't take more than a few minutes. You have a complete installation and have modified MBII files: Launcher will scan your installation and determine that you do not have the latest version of the game and ask you to update. Upon accepting the update the modified MBII files will be over written with the correct version from the latest patch. Once the update is complete you will be able to launch the game. You have a partial installation and have not modified any MBII files: Launcher will upgrade you to a full installation. Once this process is complete you will be able to launch the game. You have a partial installation with modified MBII files: Launcher will upgrade you to a full installation and update any modified files to the correct version from the latest patch. These are all the possible scenarios that I am familiar with and we have done as much testing as possible, but obviously we don't have the kind of resources available to us to test it on every platform and hardware configuration that we'd like to. If there are any problems support will be available though the forums and discord as per usual. We are deliberately not pushing out a game update at the same time to ensure that in the worst case scenario people who have problems can continue to use the current version of launcher and simply reject the upgrade until any possible issues are fixed.