Note: this releases updates your game to v1.2 (build 4116.4). A list of updates is included within the pack. You do not need any other update. For some reason this patch moves game exe to the Binaries2 dir, if you need to change your custom shortcuts or run it manually.
The following DLCs are also unlocked:
* The Bank Heist * The Predator Booster Pack * The Opportunist Booster Pack * The Ghost Booster Pack * The Moira Asylum Challenge
If you’re having trouble getting the DLCs to work, read the instructions below carefully.
Garrett, the Master Thief, steps out of the shadows into the City. In this treacherous place, where the Baron’s Watch spreads a rising tide of fear and oppression, his skills are the only things he can trust. Even the most cautious citizens and their best-guarded possessions are not safe from his reach.
As an uprising emerges, Garrett finds himself entangled in growing layers of conflict. Lead by Orion, the voice of the people, the tyrannized citizens will do everything they can to claim back the City from the Baron’s grasp. The revolution is inevitable. If Garrett doesn’t get involved, the streets will run red with blood and the City will tear itself apart.
Garrett never paid the price for anything. until now.
1. Unrar. 2. Install the update to where you installed the game. 3. Copy over the cracked content from the /Crack directory to your game install directory. 4. Play the game.
Additional DLC instructions: If you’re having trouble getting DLCs to work, perform the following steps: 1. Delete file Profile.sav (c:\ProgramData\Steam\RLD!9160\storage\) 2. Use the registry editor (start regedit.exe) to remove the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eidos Montreal\Thief\InstalledDLC 3. Firewall the game exe(s) or otherwise prevent the game from going online. 4. Start the game. The DLCs should appear. If not, go to 1. This game is pretty buggy
cdcindonesia.com - We continue to return job information coming from one of the construction companies in Indonesia and is a reputable national construction company with rapid business expansion, that is PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) or Brantas Abipraya.For more details about these companies, you can see their profile as follows.PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) commercially operated since 1980 starting from a large expansion project of the Brantas River in East Java.At present, Brantas Abipraya operates 5 area offices, situated in Medan, Jakarta, Surabaya, Samarinda, and Makassar. Brantas Abipraya has also supported by 2 division units, namely Production Division and Equipment Division. To support the performance of the company and increase profits in 2014, PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) job opening for the position and requirements as follows:
Male is a must, with maximum age 35 years old.
Undergraduate Degree (S1) majoring in Human Resources Management, Management or any similar majorMinimum GPA 3.0 (scale of 4.0)
Having an experience in handling several HR Administration & Operational Tasks such as: Compensation and Benefits, Attendance Management, Employment Contracts, any other day to day HR Administration activities.
Having a broad knowledge in HR Operational & Administration especially in Construction Industry.
Excellent English communication both speaking and writing
For those of you who are interested in the position for a job above and competent in accordance with job requirements above,please submit your application to official website recruitment brantas abipraya not later than 4 April 2014.apply Only candidates with appropriate qualifications and requirements will be processed for the next selection.
The price of RON 97 petrol seems to have gone up another five sen to RM2.90 per litre. The last price change for the premium fuel happened only a month ago, when the price was upped by five sen to RM2.85 per litre.
The price of RON 95 petrol remains at RM2.10 per litre and diesel at RM2.00 per litre. Unlike RON 95 and diesel, the pricing of RON 97 is minimally subsidised and claimed to be derived by market forces, so price changes happen more often than the other two fuels.
The last time RON 97 was priced at RM2.90 per litre was from March 2013, representing a 20 sen jump.
It has been awhile since we last saw the Proton Global Small Car a.k.a. P2-30A on test, so here’s a spy video filmed by our Euro spies showing the GSC in action.
Much is still covered, but seeing the car moving on video gives us a better estimation of its size. The signal lamps are in the inner edge of the headlamp cluster, next to the grille, and we can see bright white LED daytime running lights peeking out from below the headlamps.
There’s one point in the video where the test mule stops and starts again – when it moves off, you can see traction control keeping the wheels in check in the snow. We already know that ESP is part of the package from our previous set of interior spy shots.
Reader Adam Shaharel just sent us these pictures of a Ford Fusion in Malaysia. Thanks, buddy! Spotted on the ELITE Highway heading to Shah Alam, the D-segment sedan was caught completely uncovered, which is rare in this day and age. Not that we’re complaining, that is.
The silver sedan looks rather flash under the Malaysian sun, with its dual exhaust ports and twenty-spoke alloy wheels (yes, we counted them) standing out rather well. We can’t quite make out the Aston Martin-esque front grille, but the swept-back headlight and matching tail lamps are clear to be seen.
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Ford’s Malaysian distributor, Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), confirmed to us at KLIMS13 – where a Ford Fusion Hybrid was displayed – that the upcoming Mondeo replacement will be badged as the Fusion. Makes sense, really, considering that the Mondeo nameplate never really caught on here.
When it arrives in Malaysia, the Fusion will fit above the Fiesta and Focus in Ford’s Malaysian lineup. It’s not the only car on SDAC’s horizon, of course. As we already know, the Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost is set for an April launch, while the Fiesta ST and EcoSport will be here later in the year. The Transit van, meanwhile, has just been announced.
If you were seriously wowed by the Lexus LF-NX concept (pictured), here’s some good news – the Japanese luxury carmaker has announced that it will debut the production Lexus NX compact crossover at next month’s Auto China 2014 in Beijing.
According to Lexus, customer feedback from last year’s Frankfurt and Tokyo shows have been positive. The new sub-RX model will be the company’s first foray into the growing premium compact crossover segment.
The car you can eventually buy shouldn’t look as crazy as the LF-NX concept; expect the headlamps, spindle grille, massive wheels and those mad slashes everywhere to be toned down for production.
Lexus has trademarked “NX 200t” and “NX 300h” – the latter should share its 2.5 litre hybrid powertrain with the likes of the Toyota Camry Hybrid and Lexus ES 300h.
The NX 200t should debut the company’s upcoming 2.0 litre four-cylinder turbo engine – no numbers have been released yet, but we know it has fan spray D-4S fuel injection, a cylinder head-integrated exhaust manifold, a twin-scroll turbocharger and an active wastegate valve.
Some time ago, an NX prototype was spotted testing in Europe by our spies. The car was disguised as a CT 200h, but the higher ride height and high-profile crossover-style tyres gave the game away – see the spyshots in their entirety here.
Lexus LF-NX Turbo concept at Tokyo 2013 (previews NX 200t)
One year after unveiling the original concept, Subaru has revealed a new version of its two-door, four-seater future tech and design showcase vehicle – the Subaru VIZIV-2 Concept – at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The VIZIV-2 is a next-gen crossover concept that was created to show how advanced technology can further improve the All-Wheel Drive Subaru driving experience, while indicating at a possible future design direction for Subaru’s production vehicles, FHI says. The former is more interesting.
The 4.4-metre VIZIV-2 is powered by a 1.6 litre DIT turbodiesel boxer engine, plus three electric motors. While the diesel engine and front electric motor move the front wheels, two independent motors at the rear channel torque to each wheel, depending on driving conditions. Power is provided by a lithium-ion battery pack and the gearbox is a Lineartronic CVT unit.
The system automatically selects the best time to use each power unit, achieving greater fuel efficiency and max stability and safety. The front/rear motors supply much of the vehicle’s propulsion during low-speed or city driving, while the diesel ICE takes over at higher speeds. Auto start/stop and multiple charging methods – engine power generation, regenerative braking and plug-in charging – further improve efficiency.
VIZIV-2 features a new variation of Subaru’s SI-Drive driving control system. To the original system’s ‘Intelligent’ and ‘Sports’ modes, Hybrid SI-Drive adds an ‘Eco-Cruise’ mode which works in conjunction with the EyeSight driver assist system. Data from EyeSight’s stereo camera is used to optimise engine/motor outputs to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
Sounds promising, but will the next step be a production Viziv or merely a VIZIV-3 Concept?
The Ghost has evolved. The Rolls-Royce Ghost, that is. Christened the Series II – the same naming convention used for the updated Phantom flagship – the junior Rolls-Royce debuted at the ongoing 2014 Geneva Motor Show with minor enhancements both inside and out.
Plain to see are the redesigned headlights, now infused with LED daytime running lights, which are meant to make it look more distinctive from the front. It certainly works, unless you park it next to a Chrysler 300. Other changes include a new ‘wake channel’ behind the Spirit of Ecstasy and a re-sculptured front bumper.
Inside, the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II gains a few tech upgrades, including on-board Wi-Fi and Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT). The latter was introduced on the Wraith coupe, and uses GPS data to study and anticipate appropriate gearchanges to suit the upcoming road geometry and driving style.
The user interface and navigation system have been updated as well, and now features a BMW iDrive-like touch-sensitive Spirit of Ecstasy Rotary Controller. An optional Bespoke Audio system is also available, in case you want to play music over the unchanged 563 hp/780 Nm 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 engine.