We might need to do a little house cleaning on our systems when Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases next month.
We are just about a month away from possibly the best Star Wars game to come out in quite some time. So, now that the game is popping up on stores, we can finely see how much room the game will take up on our systems. It looks like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is going to take up a reasonable 43 GB on the Xbox One. I would assume that it will be roughly about the same for the PS4.
With the amount of big name titles coming out in the next few months, it looks like we are going to be doing some spring cleaning on our systems of choice.
Up until recently when our own preview and other previews dropped online, I felt that this game had been swept under the rug by a majority of people. I am not sure what it was, but It just seemed that nobody was talking about the game even though I believe it looked excellent from the start.
When some of my colleagues and I were able to take a behind closed doors look at the game at E3, I was pretty wowed. It looked like the Star Wars game many of us had been wanting our entire lives.
Yet, I think all of the negativity behind EA and their lackluster attempts so far at creating great Star Wars video games hindered many peoples excitement for Fallen Order. Now that plenty of people have gotten plenty of time with the game and have nothing but glowing comments about it, I think we can officially board the hype train.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is set to release on November 15 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.