The multiplayer title won’t take up too much space.
Despite being known for their unique single player titles, Ninja Theory’s next game is all about a new take on multiplayer. With a lot of very unique and cool designs, and a mixture of both shooting and melee combat, Bleeding Edge is looking to carve out a niche for itself in an already crowded marketplace, with promises to listen closely to their community for post-launch support. And thankfully, it won’t take up much space on your system’s storage (initially, at least).
The listing for the game has popped up on the Microsoft Store. On Xbox One, it looks like the size is 11.44 GB, with the PC version requiring 14.85 GB. This, of course, will balloon up, presumably, since the game will have a lot of updates, being multiplayer-focused and all- but still, that’s not too bad out of the gate.
Bleeding Edge is set to release on March 24th for both Xbox One and PC, including a day and date release on Game Pass for both. You can read up on some things to know about the game before you check it out through here.