Yes... Sort of. I made a video on how to do this but there is a catch. Every time the wrapper is updated it will revert back to putting the game in your documents folder. So basically you need to redo this every time the wrapper is updated, before you launch the game. Its not hard, it's just easy to forget and your sitting there wondering why the latest patch is 15 gigs big.
The video specifically is about putting the game on an external drive, but it works with putting it wherever you want to. Different internal drives, other folders on your internal drive, or (obviously) an external one.
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