Titanfall’s Xbox One Install Size is Actually Just 20 GB and Not 40; No “Additional News” on Resolution

on February 25, 2014 5:37 PM

With the announcement of the Titanfall Xbox One bundle, looks like we got some erroneous information about the space the game will take on the hard disk of Microsoft’s new console.

The official announcement included “up to 40 GB required,” but during a fact checking conversation with Respawn Entertainment Community Manager Abbie Heppe we learned that the actual install size will only be 20 GB.

Ms. Heppe mentioned that the discrepancy is probably due to the fact that packaging was done before the install size of the game was actually finalized, but looks like our hard disks won’t be burdened as much as we expected.

We also tried to shed more light on another recent rumor that mentioned that the team is actually pushing for 1080p resolution at launch, but Ms. heppe reiterated that there are no news on that front:

I don’t have any additional news on resolution past what we’ve said in recent interviews.

Looks like we’ll have to wait longer in order to know what kind of visual fidelity the game will offer upon release, while we should as usual take rumors with a very sizable grain of salt until official word is released.

 /  Executive News Editor
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