The new Star Wars adventure is less than a month away, and the prospect of becoming a powerful Jedi is surely tempting, even with no Luke Skywalker in sight. The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order download size is something that you need to learn before you get to shoot some Stormtroopers, but here’s hoping that the Galactic Empire troops’ comically poor aim has improved.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Download Size for PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Respawn Entertainment is on the final stretch of developing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, while keeping busy with the popular Apex Legends battle royale game as well. There are obviously separate teams carrying the work on the two games, and Titanfall 3 is conceivably under development as well—or at least in a prototyping stage, although Electronic Arts understandably doesn’t want the world to know about it just yet.
The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order download size for PC was revealed a few days ago, along with the system requirements. This version will ask you for 55 GB of free hard drive space, a file size that is extremely modest when compared to the latest heavy hitters: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (175 GB) and Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC (150 GB).
The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order file size for Xbox One was recently discovered as well. It is slightly below the PC version, requiring a little less than 44 GB of disk space. We’ve seen a lot worse, with GTA 5 or Just Cause 3 taking up a few more gigabytes than what Respawn is asking you for. The PS4 download size remains unknown at this time, but you should expect something close to the Xbox One version.
Let’s hope that the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order single-player Souls-like experience is up to scratch, with a world that genuinely feels part of the beloved saga and actually expands on it. The release is slated for November 15, 2019 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.