Starlink: Battle for Atlas Will Require at Least 4GB of Space on Switch
An Amazon listing for Ubisoft Toronto's Starlink: Battle For Atlas has revealed that the game will take up 4GB of Nintendo Switch memory.
Users on Resetera have discovered just how much memory Ubisoft Toronto’s Starlink: Battle for Atlas will take up on the Switch, and it’s surprisingly small.
According to the game’s Amazon listing, if you check the bottom of the image below, you can see that the game lists that at least 4GB of space will be required to install Starlink on Nintendo Switch. Of course, if you own a physical copy you’ll only have to consider updates and DLC.
Starlink: Battle for Atlus is a toys-to-life game that’ll have you exploring a vast open-world with unique planets for players to explore. You’ll be able to build your own ship using real-life toys, but if that’s not your style, you can also build your own ship digitally. Better yet, digital ship pieces will be compatible with parts you get in-game. We recently got the chance to play the Ubisoft space game and you can check out that gameplay footage. Nintendo fans have even more to be excited about as Fox McCloud, of the Star Fox series, will be a playable character exclusively in the Switch version of Starlink: Battle for Atlas.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas will be available on October 16 for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. You can preorder the game right now on Amazon if you’d like.
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