Those of you looking to play Red Dead Redemption 2 on Xbox One will need to clear out some space just to store the game. Microsoft’s listing for the game went up over the weekend, and players were quick to point out that the game requires a whopping 89GB for download alone, not including any patches or add-ons or DLC content. For those of you who don’t own one, that’s nearly 1/5th the standard 500GB memory and Xbox One comes with.
While the PS4 size has yet to be announced, we’re guessing it won’t be too far off from the same amount. Red Dead Redemption 2 won’t be released until October 26th, so players have a couple weeks time to complete some other games and clear space if this will absolutely mess up their entire drive.
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