The Elder Scrolls Online PS4 is 60GB, Pre-Order it for a Chance to Win a PS4

By   /   Apr 9, 2015
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After so much wait, we are finally closing in on the release of The Elder Scrolls Online. The game was spotted during a recent PlayStation Store Update and upon visiting the link provided, I came across some interesting information.

As we know, games these days require hefty HDD storage to install and it looks like The Elder Scrolls won’t be any different. If you visit the PlayStation Store, you can see that the minimum save space required is 60GB.

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Of course, that could change and we are yet to receive a confirmation from the developer, but considering it’s an official Sony website we can surely expect the game to be around 60GB.

We don’t yet know how big it will be on Xbox One but it should be around the same mark.

60GB is just for the base game, we will be getting periodic updates that will add to its overall size. So many big games are coming out this year, so I guess we should start expanding our HDD space on Xbox One and PS4.

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Lastly, If you are in the United States and wish to pre-order The Elder Scrolls Online, you should know that doing so will give you a chance to win a PlayStation 4 console.

The winner will be announced on June 16, visit the link here to know more about the rules and regulations.

As for the game, it is expected to release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 9.