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Terminator Resistance Enhanced Cuts The File Size In Half on PS5 Compared To PS4

Terminator Resistance Enhanced is out now for the PS5. Interestingly, the file size of the game has been cut to half with the compression tech of the PS5.

Terminator Resistance was first released for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019. It was critically panned at that time but the game did show potential. An enhanced edition of the game was announced as coming exclusively to the PS5. Thsi one appears to have fixed many of the issues with the original releases and thus has been received better by fans and critics.

We already know that there is a compression technology used in the PS5 in order to reduce file size for games and Terminator Resistance Enhanced Ediiton is a big example of this technology. The PS4 version of the game weighs in at over 34 GB while the PS5 version that has just launched comes at around 19 GB, which is almost half the size of the original game.

Terminator Resistance Enhanced is also available as a physical release from Limited Run Games. It will be offered as a free upgrade for owners of the PS4 version. Here’s a description of the new content and improvements made for the PS5.

Terminator: Resistance ENHANCED is a new version of Terminator: Resistance which takes advantage of the advanced capabilities of the PlayStation®5 console. Jump back into the action with Jacob Rivers and experience his story from lowly private to hero of the Resistance once again, while enjoying improved framerates and graphical fidelity, faster load times, and the new hardware features of the DualSense™ controller. Terminator: Resistance ENHANCED will also contain updates brought to the title on PC, as well as the new INFILTRATOR MODE which sees players get under the skin of the series’ iconic T-800 series Infiltrator.

Terminator Resistnace Enhanced is out now for the PS5.

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