Target Ship An Xbox One Early, Owner Reveals Game Install Sizes
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
@Moonlightswami on Twitter got a surprise this week when Target dispatched his next-gen Xbox One to him earlier than everyone else. These kind of factory gaffs happen quite often and we suspect a few more will leak prior to release date over the next few days.
Having now changed his Twitter name to “#1 Source 4 XBOX ONE” the user has detailed the various install size of launch titles.
“I got the Xbox One early through Target. That link I tweeted on Monday night, yeah that one. pretty sure its sold out now,” he tweeted.
Lets take a look at the chart, how much hard drive space will you be using on release day?
- Day One Update: 500Mb – Mandatory
- Call of Duty: Ghosts: 39Gb
- NBA 2K14: 43Gb
- NBA Live: 9Gb
- Forza Motorsport 5: 31 Gb
- Ryse: Son of Rome: 34 Gb
- Lococycle: 13 Gb
- Dead Rising 3: 19Gb
- FIFA 14: 8Gb
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag: 20Gb
- Just Dance 2014: 22Gb
- Skylanders: 15Gb
- Zumba Fitness: 24Gb
- Madden 25: 12Gb
278GB of 500GB gone, of course we doubt you’ll have access to the full 500GB as you all should know there will be reserved space for OS and other system crud, so I’m betting it’s more like 460GB at best.
Microsoft are obviously going to make a killing when they release 1TB+ hard drives, which are obviously unannounced at this time.
Thank you The Examiner for providing us with this information.