Or as Activision likes to call it- next week’s patch.
Games taking up massive amounts of space on our systems’ storages is something that, sadly enough, we’re starting to get used to. Thankfully, Ghost of Tsushima – though it’s likely going to be a massive game in size and scope – won’t require too much free space on your PS4’s memory.
The game’s PlayStation Store listing was recently updated, and though an exact number for how big it is going to be hasn’t been given, it’s been confirmed that it will require a minimum of 50 GB on your PS4. 50 GB is by no means small, of course, but considering some of the sizes we see for games nowadays (fellow upcoming PS4 exclusive The Last of Us Part 2 will require 100 GB), 50 GB is actually a pretty manageable size, especially for an open world game that clearly has some impressive tech working its magic behind the scenes.
Ghost of Tsushima is out for the PS4 in exactly two months from now, on July 17. Sucker Punch and Sony recently revealed a ton of new gameplay details from the game- read a quick rundown of everything they talked about through here.