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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pre-Load Date & Download Size Revealed

The download size and digital pre-load date for Capcom’s upcoming action role-playing game, Dragon’s Dogma 2, have been revealed.

The Xbox version of Dragon’s Dogma 2 is now available for pre-load, and, as a result, the game’s download size has been revealed. The action role-playing game will take up a considerable amount of storage space on all platforms. Those with limited available space on the internal storage drive are advised to clear up some space in advance. It goes without saying that storage expansion options are available on Xbox Series X|S and PS5 for those who need them.

Dragon's dogma 2 pre-load size

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pre-load Date

The pre-load date for Dragon’s Dogma 2 can be seen below.

  • Xbox: March 11, 2024
  • PS5: March 20, 2024

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Download Size

The download size for Dragon’s Dogma 2 can be seen below.

  • Xbox: 69.94 GB
  • PS5: 64.391 GB (version 1.002.000)

Those who have pre-ordered a digital copy of Dragon’s Dogma 2 can pre-load the game on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S starting today, on March 11, 2024. PS5 owners will have to wait an additional week, however. The digital pre-load should come with the latest update pre-installed, although a day one update may be rolled out closer to the game’s launch. Given the large storage space requirement, it is recommended that those who will be pre-loading the game should clear out some storage space in advance. Meanwhile, those who opted for physical copies of Dragon’s Dogma 2 will need to download the latest patch upon installation.

Previously, it was reported that Dragon’s Dogma 2 received a mature rating from ESRB due to its depiction of blood and gore, offensive language, sexual content, and violence. According to the rating summary, the combat is described as intense, with realistic sound effects and visual blood effects that emphasize the brutality of battles. Some cutscenes are particularly graphic, including a moment where a monster is decapitated in slow motion, and its head is then used in combat.

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