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Wolfenstein Youngblood File Size | Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One

The Wolfenstein Youngblood file size for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One has been revealed. The follow-up to The New Colossus is released on Friday, and you will want to know how much space to make for its installation. It can be difficult to find out how much room you need on your internal hard drive online, so that’s why we’re here to help. Read our Wolfenstein Youngblood file size guide for the lowdown on each platform.

Wolfenstein Youngblood File Size | How big is it?

Wolfenstein Youngblood File Size

As you might have guessed, the Wolfenstein Youngblood file size varies depending on what platform you’ll be playing on. Each system has different processing powers, storage space, and graphical performance. As such, developers MachineGames and Arkane Studios couldn’t just make a one-size-fits-all file size.

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Don’t worry if you think you’ll have to delete a ton of downloaded games to make way for it. We’ve got the rundown on how much space each version will take up on the Switch, PS4, Steam, and Xbox One. Have a look at each sub-section below to find out what kind of download size file it will be.

Nintendo Switch

The first version is for Nintendo’s hybrid console. Given that it’s the weakest platform out of the four, it won’t be surprising to know that it has the smallest file size. It clocks in at 20.6GB. That’s two-thirds of the Switch’s internal storage, so it might be best to make sure you’ve got a microSD card handy.


Next up is the Steam edition. With computers being the most powerful, and most upgradeable out of the bunch, its file size is a whopping 40GB. This will make use of your PC’s processing power and higher graphical fidelity.


The PS4 edition will set you back 35.71GB, according to the PS4’s online store. Not too shabby when you consider it’s only 4GB less than the Steam version.

Xbox One

Finally, the Xbox One version will take up 38.97GB. It seems strange that this is bigger than the PS4 one due to their relatively similar systems. Either way, you’ll need to make an extra 3GB available.