Mario Strikers: Battle League Has a File Size of Just 3 GB

The upcoming football action title isn't going to require too much storage space, with its eShop page mentioning just a 3 GB requirement.

Posted By | On 17th, Feb. 2022

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Mario Strikers fans have been waiting for a new game in the series for a long, long time, and with the upcoming Mario Strikers: Battle League14 years on from the launch of Mario Strikers Charged for the Wii, we’re finally going to get one at long last. New details are likely going to keep coming in in the lead-up to its launch, and we now know what the game’s file size is going to be as well.

As per its updated eShop page, Mario Strikers: Battle League is going to require storage space of just 3 GB. Nintendo Switch games tend to be pretty small where file size is concerned more often than not, but even on that spectrum, this, pleasantly enough, comes in towards the lower side of things. Of course, the game’s launch is still a few months away, so this might change from now until then.

Mario Strikers: Battle League will launch for the Nintendo Switch on June 10.


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