Days Gone will encompass a large open-world with loads of actions for gamers to partake in. As such, it shouldn’t come as a shock that its installment measurement appears a hefty one. The sport’s digital model alone will take up a whopping 67GB on the PlayStation four. This quantity doesn’t take into accounts the day one patch, both.
German web site PlayFront revealed these particulars, after receiving a Days Gone press package. Along with confirming the title’s set up measurement, PlayFront additionally famous the day one patch will catch gamers as much as Patch 1.02. It appears the replace won’t encompass something game-changing, as it’s mainly meant to iron out bug fixes and the like.
When contemplating the likes of Crimson Lifeless Redemption 2, which had a file measurement of roughly 100GB, Days Gone’s 67GB appears tame. Nonetheless, when in comparison with different PlayStation four exclusives, that 67GB is stunning. Horizon Zero Daybreak, a big open-world in its personal proper, weighed round 40GB. In the meantime, God of Warfare initially took up roughly 45GB of house. Minus its day one patch, Marvel’s Spider-Man weighed in at 45GB. The sheer variety of enemies that can concurrently seem on display in Days Gone probably contribute to a lot of the file measurement’s enormity, although.
In different Days Gone information, it was lately revealed that opinions for the SIE Bend Studio title will go reside sooner or later forward of launch. This shouldn’t be trigger for concern, nonetheless. Loads of different titles have had evaluation embargoes lifted similarly. FromSoftware’s acclaimed Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice serves as one of many more moderen examples.
With two delays underneath its belt, Days Gone will lastly come to the PlayStation four solely on April 26th. Its launch gained’t mark the one time gamers get to discover Bend Studio’s model of the apocalypse. Put up-launch DLC is deliberate for the sport, as effectively, although the studio has but to disclose what followers can count on from it.
[Source: PlayFront via GameRevolution]