I'm having a problem, my 2x 3TB drives are nearly full and I have another 3TB drive sitting right there but I cant be bothered putting it in. Please feel sorry for me.
Getting pretty annoying.. I have gigabit internet tho so not difficult for me to make space as I don't worry too much about re-downloading things.
But I'm also used to things downloading in like 20 minutes lol.... a 150GB game is gonna make me feel like the old days.. before I had gigabit.
Given the apparently much smaller size on consoles, it's indeed quite strange.
Could it be possible that maybe the revealed specs are a bit misleading and the 150gb required space is actually for the installation process? I know some games can do that, I think steam does that if you pre-load games, or at least it used to, it would keep the original encrypted download on the disk and unpack it for the final installation, which would mean having the game files twice during the process, and the installation package being removed after. Maybe it's something similar to this, which would mean a 75gb game, which would still be quite huge compared to the 40 gb on consoles, but who knows.
This^. Steam downloads and then extracts the game. This means the storage cost is increased (up to double the space needed in some cases), but once the game is fully extracted and installed the total space used is lower. Also, the game isn't out yet. It's very possible they just threw the 150GB number out there to populate the store page, and that could be reduced prior to launch.
Edit: just checked its wiki page and it is says ots comong to X1/PS4, its even comong to switch.
If this was current gen only it would ve bad because its not the best looking game.
From https://pcpartpicker.com/products/i...rice&t=0,7200,10000,10025,10500,10520,15000,1I picked up an 8tb for $140 at microcenter earlier this year.
Then hopefully we can reach at least 30 hours with side-activities and exploration on max difficulty.I believe it’s about as long as any linear third person AAA story driven game (think GOW, TLOU, etc). So 10-15 hours probably.
Nice. Mine is a 5400 Seagate Barracuda. Battlefield 4 loads slow on it, but everything else is fine.From https://pcpartpicker.com/products/i...rice&t=0,7200,10000,10025,10500,10520,15000,1
Hitachi 0F14683 (7200 RPM) HDD 4 TB has $89.99 cost.
The Switch version is a cloud version.
Battlefield is also going to the past gen consoles, but they don’t get the same experience.
As for your graphics comment, have you played it or are you going off compressed YouTube videos?