Is Your Xbox 360 Ready For The Battlefield 4 Install?
Game install sizes are getting big, games themselves are getting big. Killzone: Shadow Fall on PS4 will weigh in at 50GB on disc, Call of Duty: Ghosts will take up around the same amount of space on your PC and now Battlefield 4 is looking to hog plenty of space on your Xbox 360.
First off, the game will ship on two discs for Xbox 360, one for multiplayer and one for singleplayer. But wait, there’s more.
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When you put in either disc, you’ll be prompted to install 2 GB of mandatory game content. Additionally, for the best multiplayer experience, you’ll want to have 6.6 GB of free space. For single-player, you’ll need to clear out 5.8 GB.
EA strongly suggests you install the full 12.4 GB but that is pretty huge for a current-gen version of a game. Will it be worth it?