I check it, and - yep, Steam installation disk really has all its free space mysteriously gone. Does the game need more space to "repack" the resources after downloading the patch? Every update before this also had the same problem.
There's some high Arcadian magic involved, if you ask me. Just how much space exactly do I need to get through it (because having more free space than the game installation itself is and still being unable to patch it makes literally no sense to me)? After finishing the updates before the previously disappeared free space is free again, so I'm under strong impression that those "vanishing gigabytes" are used for some sort of temp files.
For example, it seems RTG has released another stability patch since I last played the game.
Steam states 314,6 MB are required to download the patch.
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