Respawn Entertainment's upcoming action-adventure Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is going to take up only 43 GB of your Xbox One hard drive space.
We're less than a month away from the official release date of Respawn Entertainment's upcoming action-adventure Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and recently we got a ton of new footage from the game which revealed that Fallen Order aims to be much deeper gaming experience than you may think.
And while we wait for the launch day, there are a couple of details that Respawn Entertainment and EA are yet to confirm, such as the download size of the game file and pre-load start dates. It may be a bit early for the latter but today we have some details on the download size.
According to gamerheadquarters, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is going to take up only a total of 43.08 GB on the Xbox Marketplace. As expected, the game is also Xbox One X enhanced, meaning it supports HDR and 4K resolution.
Unfortunately, we don't have the download size for PC and PlayStation 4 versions of the game but it's safe to say that it will be close to Xbox One's download size. The PC versions are traditionally a bit bigger since the texture resolution is higher but it shouldn't go above 50 GB.
If you're unfamiliar with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, it's a single-player only title which follows the events of Order 66 in Episode 3. Players take on the role of a young Padawan who manages to escape the purge and is on the run from the Galactic Empire.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is officially hitting the shelves on 15 November 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For more news about the game, take a look at the PC system requirements and Respawn's comments on Sekiro-like combat.