Respawn Entertainment posted a clarification in regards to the install size for the Xbox One version of the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Titanfall.” According to a report from VG247 on Feb. 26, a representative from the development team declared that the mandatory required hard drive space will be half of what was previously announced.
Microsoft previously revealed a new system bundle for “Titanfall.” The package comes with a voucher to download the first-person shooter, which requires “up to 40 GB” of hard drive space, from the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Respawn Entertainment has clarified, however, that the video game will only need 20 GB for installation. All Xbox One units come with a 500 GB hard drive, which could not be replaced. Users have to use external storage devices instead in order to add more space.
Similar to the PS4, Microsoft requires that all retail disc games to be fully installed on the hard drive in order to be played. Doing so should decrease loading times as well as prevent wear and tear on the Blu-ray lasers.
“Titanfall” is heading to the PC and Xbox 360 as well as the Xbox One. The video game launches first on the PC and Xbox One on March 11. It should then ship for the Xbox 360 on March 25. A batch of screens from the new intellectual property can be seen in the slideshow located to the left side of this article.