Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Game’s File Size Will Be Even Bigger Than Previously Thought!

EA has confirmed the official file size for the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and it’s much larger than first leaks suggested.



The upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has already been said to be a big game (in every sense of the word). Now it seems to have grown even further ahead of its release later this month.

From its first unveiling at last year’s Star Wars Day celebrations to its bigger reveal and gameplay trailer at the 2022 Game Awards, Jedi: Survivor promised to be much bigger than its predecessor, the 2019 action-adventure game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

This includes how much space the game will take up on the drive. According to early leaks, Jedi: Survivor will require roughly 130GB. That alone is a considerable increase from the 44GB of Fallen Order.

Now the official size of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been revealed on EA’s website. It appears to be even bigger than previous leaks suggested. The Daily Star Wars Games Twitter account reported that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will take up a whopping 155 GB of storage space on PC – a good 25 GB more than previously thought. That’s 111 GB more than the PC version of Fallen Order!

In the comment section of the Daily Star Wars Games post, fans have already begun to speculate as to what could have caused Star Wars Jedi: Survivor to grow so much in size, and it’s safe to say that this week’s hands-on preview promised a significant amount of content.

All this means that Jedi: Survivor is set to be a much more extensive experience than its predecessor. The game’s recently confirmed 155GB size likely shows just how much more Respawn is putting into the sequel to 2019’s breakout hit. Of course, this inflated file size could also result from compression and optimization issues. Players will likely need to free up a significant amount of disk space before the game’s release later this month.

Source: EA, Twitter

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