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Xbox One Game Install Sizes Revealed For Launch Lineup

Posted on Monday, November 11 @ 11:08:56 PST by Alex_Osborn

One lucky consumer managed to get their hands on an Xbox One early thanks to a shipping mistake on the part of Target. The proud new console owner then proceeded to share their findings, which ultimately made their way to NeoGAF, revealing the install sizes of each launch game.

Here's the full list:
  • Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag – 20GB
  • Battlefield 4 – 33GB
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts – 39GB
  • Dead Rising 3 – 19GB
  • FIFA 14 – 8GB
  • Fighter Within – 9.2GB
  • Forza Motorsport 5 – 31GB
  • Just Dance 2014 – 22GB
  • Killer Instinct – 3.4GB
  • Lococyle – 13GB
  • Madden NFL 25 – 12GB
  • NBA 2K14 – 43GB
  • NBA Live 14 – 9GB
  • Powerstar Golf – 3.9GB
  • Ryse: Son of Rome – 34GB
  • Skylanders: Swap Force – 15GB
  • Xbox Fitness – 246MB
  • Zoo Tycoon – 2.6GB
  • Zumba World Party – 24GB
Don't forget that every Xbox One game requires an install on the hard drive, so don't think you'll be able to save a bunch of space by buying it on disc. Couple that with the fact that the device won't support external hard drives on day one (and you can't upgrade the internal drive) and you've got a sticky situation on your hands if you plan on buying a lot of games early on, which I'm sure Microsoft hopes you do.

[Via IGN]
Tags:   Xbox One, Microsoft

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