Naughty Dog's highly-anticipated sequel The Last of Us Part 2 will require at least 100GB of PlayStation 4 hard drive space according to the latest listing on Sony official website.
After several delays, we'll get to play Naughty Dog's blockbuster title The Last of Us Part 2 on 19 June 2020. As you may know, the game's development was basically done but Sony decided to push the release date to June due to coronavirus pandemic.
Anyway, now that The Last of Us Part 2 is once again back on the PlayStation 4 store, we have a couple of new details about the game's requirements.
Over at the official PlayStation website, it has been revealed that The Last of Us Part 2 will require a minimum of 100GB of your PlayStation 4 hard drive space.
Of course, this is still nowhere near Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which is one of the biggest games in the last couple of years, but still, it's a pretty big game file.
As revealed earlier, The Last of Us Part 2 arrives on 2 blu ray discs so the required hard drive space is not surprising at all.
Furthermore, keep in mind that this is the bare minimum needed to install the base game, without any potential day-one patches or future updates, which will certainly push the 100GB requirement even further.
The Last of Us Part 2 is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 on 19 June 2020.