The Last of Us Part 2 File Size Requirement Revealed For PS4
The Last of Us Part 2 has a new release date of June 19 and it is out exclusively for PS4. Here’s how much disk space is required to install the game.
Sony had delayed The Last of Us Part 2 from its May 29 release date to June 19 after the COVID-19 pandemic affected the physical production and shipping of the game. As a result of this delay, Sony also removed the game from the PlayStation Store and refunded pre-orders.
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Now that The Last of Us Part 2 has an official release date, the pre-order is back up on the official PlayStation website. Sony Interactive Entertainment has also updated the file size requirement confirming the minimum space and number of discs that are required for the game.
As you can see above, the game has a minimum file size requirement of 100 GB which makes it the second game this year after Final Fantasy 7 Remake to require this hefty file size. This is starting to become more common as the generation is coming to an end.
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This started with games like Red Dead Redemption 2 which also came with two discs. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare had a huge day one patch and final install size of more than 100 GB, which is about to hit 200 GB with new content updates.
The Last of Us Part 2 will join Ghost of Tsushima as two major first-party games from Sony Worldwide Studios that are set to launch in Summer. While The Last of Us Part 2 is confirmed for June 19, Ghost of Tsushima, which was originally set for June 26, has been pushed back to July 17.