Lately the download size of the games together with the required storage space is raising an endless number of opinions, and this is mainly due to the fact that the requirements have risen considerably in recent years, either because the titles are graphically more powerful and require more space, or because developers include a large amount of content that is not sufficiently optimized in terms of space required.
Clear examples of this are Star Wars Jedi Survivor, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Call of Duty, RDR2 or Starfield. The latter will have a total of 125 GB of space required for downloadinga figure that makes it a worthy candidate to enter the top of the games that currently require such high storage requirements.
Starfield and other open world games are the ones that take the top with the largest download size and storage space required
modern games and plus the open world ones, they are the ones that take the crown in this sense, asking for higher requirements in many ways, one of them being the download size. In the case of our beloved Starfield we are at 125 GB, while with other current titles the list would be as follows:
- AC Valhalla: 176 GB on disk
- Star Wars Jedi Survivor: 170 GB on PC
- Microsoft Flight Simulator: 160GB
- Red Dead Redemption: 154 GB
Games like Hitman, GTA V, or Battlefield V also require a large storage space, and Starfield also falls within this list. Also remember that this is the space required for the base game, updates, future additional content and so on will also require a certain amount of extra space on our devices.
What this reaffirms once again is the high cost of enjoying recent open world games, since the standards are day by day rising more and more And it seems that the situation will not change in the future, on the contrary, it will be the normal pattern that we see in the face of new releases as important as Starfield. What do you think about these requirements?