Detroit: Become Human looks to be the most ambitious game that David Cage and his studio Quantic Dream have made yet- and this is something that will also be reflected in the game’s file size, which comes in at an enormous 41.4GB. This makes the game Cage’s largest one yet, as well as one of the largest file sizes for a Sony first party game.
It makes sense, too- Detroit looks to be the most expansive and mechanically nuanced Quantic Dream game yet, and it also looks stunning- all of that has to end up taking up a fair bit of space. This is space you will want cleared on your PS4, then, especially if you want it to download automatically (presuming you pre-order a digital copy, at least). Physical copies will naturally require you to have this space cleared on your hard drive as well.
Detroit: Become Human launches on May 25, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.