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VPP's for training videos - Tue Aug 21, 2012, 09:01 AM
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Hi

Regarding the VPP's required for watching some of the training videos in the archive I know they reset every month. I didn't play for the last couple of months so I would like to know how are they calculated.
For example if I start to play now and in a few days I get 20VPP can I watch the respective videos immediately after (or like 24hrs to update), or do I have to wait until the beginning of next month in order for the VPP's to be credited to the previous month ?

Best regards
 
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Tue Aug 21, 2012, 09:35 AM
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Hi

Regarding the VPP's required for watching some of the training videos in the archive I know they reset every month. I didn't play for the last couple of months so I would like to know how are they calculated.
For example if I start to play now and in a few days I get 20VPP can I watch the respective videos immediately after (or like 24hrs to update), or do I have to wait until the beginning of next month in order for the VPP's to be credited to the previous month ?

Best regards
Hi,

Reaching 20 VPP's should unlock the videos for you this month, there is an update period (I've been told up to 72 hours, not sure in practice how long it actually takes but it won't be instantly).

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Dave


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