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Titanfall’s Xbox One Final Download Size is 16.39 GB, One Third of the PC Version

As the game's release approaches the precise download size of Titanfall on Xbox One has been revealed. You will need to move 16.39 GB from the Xbox Live servers to your console.

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apparently the PC version's actual download size is just 21 GB, and it unpacks to 49.9 upon installation. The precise install size of the Xbox One version is unknown, but Community Manager Abbie Heppe told us a few days ago that it'd be around 20 GB, making the overall installed size of the PC version roughly 2.5 times bigger than that of the Xbox One version.

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yewles11354d ago

0_0??? I thought it was 20...

Abriael1354d ago (Edited 1354d ago )

That's what Abbie Heppe told me, but quite obviously she was either approximating or talking about the full blown install size, that might be different.

Probably approximating, though. It's not that far off.

iamtehpwn1354d ago

Shouldn't the PC Version be larger anyway? It has to have multiple copies of the same textures with different resolutions from low to extremely high. Textures and Audio are the bulk of a Game's size.

No_Limit1354d ago

over 16 gigs is still massive for an online multiplayer game. I am kind of glad it is not the rumored 40gig install as my HDD is running out of space.

FlyingFoxy1354d ago

HDD's are pretty cheap anyway, SSD's are slowly getting there too for fast storage.

Prime1571354d ago

Flying, I think limit is talking about x1's hard drive where there is not an upgrade yet (soon to be external).

PurpHerbison1354d ago

Just cause crappy SSDs make front page at Slickdeals every day does not mean they are getting there. Still extremely expensive in comparison.

MasterCornholio1354d ago

Just upgrade your HDD if you dont mind voiding the warranty.

No_Limit1354d ago

It is cool...the external HDD option suppose to be release with the April XB1 update and I'll wait for that as I have two 2tb external HDD not in use.

beatled1354d ago

console games are always going to be much less than the pc version

the native resolution is much smaller (pc goes all the way to 4k), the textures are far less complex, the shaders are simpler, the draw distance is shorter, there is very little to zero anti aliasing applied that is not a "fake" post process,

the only time console games get large is usually due to uncompressed cut scenes and audio

Somebody1354d ago

Cutscenes took up a lot of space for the PC version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.

sungam3d1354d ago (Edited 1354d ago )

Umm I downloaded titanfall for pc yesterday.
It was a total download of 18.4GB
Extracted to a total size of 49.9GB ~34GB of which is JUST audio.

Last time I checked 16.39GB is not one third of 18.4GB

MegaMohsi1354d ago

You can play the game now for pc, just Google play titanfall now reddit.

Qwagy UK1354d ago

PC version has 8 times the resolution, plus the usual eye candy! Makes sence to be bigger.

brich2331354d ago

That's cool but will your PC be able to play it at 8x resolution?

ABizzel11354d ago (Edited 1354d ago )

Well as long as you have a high end GPU, you're running TitanFall in 2k @ 60+ fps 8xMSAA (680, 770, 780, 780Ti, 7970, R9280, R9290).

Anyone who has those crossfire / SLI is running it at 4k easy.

Dropping the AA, down to 4x or 2x, and you can easily run TitanFall on most low-end gaming PC's in 1080p @ 60fps. As a matter of fact playing in 4k you can even remove the AA since the higher resolution negates many of the reasons for AA to begin with.

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