And apparently, its file size won’t be too heavy either.
BioWare will be holding a closed alpha testing period of its upcoming shared-world shooter Anthem this weekend, and apparently, they’re not taking any chances with the game’s technical aspects, alpha or no. Apparently, at least on the Xbox One X, the game will be leveraging the powers of the hardware it is on.
As per True Achievements, who have come across a listing for the game’s closed alpha, it won’t require too much storage in your system’s memory- but it’s not exactly light either, at 20.05 GB. More importantly, Anthem’s closed alpha will also feature Xbox One X enhancements, which come in the form of ultra HD 4K resolution, while also making use of HDR 10.
If you’re looking for more info on Anthem, check out this recently released gameplay video, which focuses on the lore, the ins, and the outs of Fort Tarsis, the main hub location in the game. Meanwhile, if you want to see even more of Anthem, BioWare will be presenting a new trailer for the game at The Game Awards in a few hours.