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We assume that you already know how to get the game DLC in decrypted/extracted format. However, should you need any assistance refer to the [[Getting Started]] guide.

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"File->Install game update or DLC". Find the meta.xml file of the update or DLC in the meta folder of it.
==Manually on older versions==
For Cemu to correctly load patches all you have to do is to place the updated game files in:
<code>mlc01\usr\title\''<titleId_upper8Digits>''\''<titleId_lower8Digits>''\aoc\</code> '''or'''
If this directory doesn't exist, make sure to be on the most current update of the game (link below,) and then follow the steps further below:
==Before DLC installation==
*[[Tutorial:How to update a game|Install the latest updates to the game]]
==How to create or find the mlc01\usr\title\..\..\aoc\ folder and install the DLC==
'''If you have correctly installed the ''' ''most recent'' ''' Updates to the specific game, you can effectively skip to Step 4.'''
#Start your game in the emulator and then close the emulator.
#Open <code>log.txt</code> in the Cemu folder and look for the line: <br> <code>Mounting local storage (updates): .\mlc01\usr\title\'''00050000\101XXXXX'''\</code>
#Return to your Cemu folder and navigate to <code>mlc01\usr\title</code> and if they don't exist, create the <code>00050000</code> folder and within it, create the <code>101XXXXX</code> folder.
#In the last newly created folder <code>..\101XXXXX\</code> you create a folder named <code>aoc</code> and copy your DLC data within, consisting of 3 folders. (Code, Content, Meta.)
== Example US version of MK8 ==
For example, patching the US version of MK8 you should end up with a folder structure that looks like this:
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