Red Dead Redemption 2 is just one month away and it is set to be the biggest Rockstar game yet. Back when GTA V came to current-gen consoles and PC, the game weighed in at just over 80GB. With Red Dead Redemption 2, you’ll need to free up 105GB of space.
This information comes from the fine print on a Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Pro bundle, which also points out that Red Dead Online will support up to 32 players. Red Dead Online will constantly be growing too, so the whole game could end up taking up more hard drive space in a couple of year’s time.
Given that most consoles have either 500GB or 1TB worth of space to work with, making room for a 105GB game won’t be an easy task for everyone. However, given that this is a Rockstar game, it will likely be worth it.
Red Dead Redemption 2 launches on the 26th of October for the Xbox One and PS4. There is still no word on a PC launch.
KitGuru Says: Hearing about a 105GB game isn’t as impressive as it once was, after all, most Triple A console games have been bordering on 100GB+ for the last few years. Still, given that this is Rockstar, it says a lot about the amount of content and level of fidelity that the studio has aimed for this time around. Are any of you planning on picking up Red Dead Redemption 2?