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Stellar Blade Download Size & Pre-Load Date Revealed

The download size and digital pre-load date for Sony Interactive Entertainment and Shift Up’s upcoming action adventure game, Stellar Blade, have been revealed.

Now that Stellar Blade is available for pre-order on the PlayStation Store and its official box art has also emerged, the game’s expected pre-load date and download size for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League have been revealed.

Stellar blade download size

Stellar Blade Download Size

The download/installation size for Stellar Blade on PS5 can be seen below.

  • 30.448 GB (version 1.001.000)

As seen above, Stellar Blade weighs in at around 35 GB on PS5, and will, therefore, a reasonable amount of space for installation.

Pre-load Date

The pre-load schedule for Stellar Blade on PS5 can be seen below.

  • April 19, 2024

The pre-load will come with the latest update pre-installed for those who pre-ordered a digital copy of the game, though a day one update may be rolled out closer to release on April 26, 2024. Meanwhile, those who purchased the game on disc will need to download the update.

Stellar Blade features combat that focuses on understanding enemy attack patterns and countering with precise timing. Players fill Eve’s Beta Gauge by parrying and evading, which can then be spent on various skills like piercing super armor and interrupting enemy combos. Additionally, Eve can build up a Burst Gauge through successive parries and combos to trigger buffs and powerful attacks.

Using the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, Stellar Blade incorporates haptic feedback for enhanced immersion during combat and weapon accuracy. The game also offers environmental traversal mechanics such as wall scaling and rope swinging for exploration. Within the overworld, players encounter NPCs offering side quests, providing the option to accept or ignore them. Throughout the world, there are supply camp checkpoints where players can restore health and retrieve stored items. However, using these checkpoints respawns all enemies in the surrounding area, reminiscent of the bonfires in the Dark Souls series or the Meditation Circles in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

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