The Microsoft Store has revealed how much hard drive space Xbox gamers will need to play the Bioshock trilogy.
The remastered versions of the Bioshock games will be taking up a sizable portion of gamers’ hard drives. According to the Microsoft Store, Bioshock is 16.42GB, Bioshock 2 is 16.64 and Bioshock Infinite is more than both games combined at 36.35GB. For anyone not keen on math, that’s 69.41GB of space required to download all three games.
Although The Collection doesn’t include Bioshock 2’s multiplayer component, it’s worth remembering the remasters do include all singleplayer DLC like Bioshock 2’s “Minerva’s Den,” both of Infinite’s “Burial at Sea” episodes and more, which all contribute to the bulky download. Of course, in the age of day one patches, we can’t forget that there’s certainly time for the Bioshock: The Collection to get just a bit larger.
Behind Halo 5: Guardians and Quantum Break (with the episodes downloaded), Bioshock: The Collection is one of the largest games hitting the Xbox One. With the summer game drought coming to a close, it might be time for Xbox gamers to consider picking up an external hard drive.
Bioshock: The Collection launches September 13, 2016 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.