Almost two weeks before the release of A Plague Tale: Requiem is now available through the Twitter account Playstation game size known how much storage space you need for the game. So far, however, only for the two consoles of the current generation, the switch version runs via cloud gaming anyway. The size of the game on the PC is not yet known, but should also follow in the near future.
The new adventure of the de Runes needs so much space
On both the PS5 and the Xbox Series S/X, the storage required is quite similar:
- Playstation 5: approx. 46,129 GB
- Xbox Series S/X: Approx. 51GB
It is important to remember that this is the game without a possible day one patch acts. So it could well be that you have to reckon with a little more.
When does the preload start?
As usual, with Requiem you also have the option of downloading the game in advance so that you can get started right away when the game is released. This time the preload starts on Sunday October 16tha full two days before the release date.
So that leaves enough time to pre-package the game on your console. Unfortunately, owners of a PS4 or Xbox One are left in the dark this time, because the Last Gen consoles are not supported.
That’s what part 2 is about
You can watch the story trailer here:
A Plague Tale: Requiem – Story trailer shows what happens next with Amicia and Hugo
As far as is known, A Plague Tale: Requiem will directly follow the events of the first part and you have to survive with Amicia and her little brother Hugo and find out more about his mysterious illness, which overwhelms him again and again.
In an interview, Lead Level Designer Kevin Pinson has already stated the playing time: Requiem should be around 50% longer than its predecessor. You’ll find more about it here in our article.
The sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence will be released on October 18, 2022 for the Xbox Series X/S, on which the game will be available in Xbox Game Pass from the release, the Playstation 5, the PC and as a cloud version also for the Nintendo Switch.
Have you already freed up enough storage space in anticipation?