PlayStation 5 owners may wish to consider purchasing an extra internal SSD or uninstalling some presently installed titles. We could be looking at 71.505GB of insanity, according to the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account, which scours the PSN backend for details on new releases. Because this is before the first patch is applied, the file size may change between now and March’s launch.
Stranger of Paradise causes disruption of PS5 SSD
Of course, the game is also coming to PS4, but with the last-gen system boasting more ways of boosting your storage capabilities, it won’t be quite as big an issue there. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is out for both consoles on 18th March 2022, but pre-ordering the title grants you three days of early access.
This is just the latest game the Twitter account has scrubbed for file sizes through the PSN database, with another recent one being Horizon Forbidden West. It’s claimed the Zero Dawn follow-up could be in the regions of a whopping 96GB. Again, though, this is prior to a day one patch. And just like the Stranger of Paradise footprint, we’re sure the two games will be updated through the backend even before a launch patch is ready.
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