Here’s how many GB of memory you’ll need to download and play the upcoming Need For Speed Unbound on PS5
The new chapter of the famous automotive series published by Electronic Arts is now in the pipeline. The title, eagerly awaited by fans from all over the world, comes after several rumors that preceded the official announcement, which finally arrived in the first half of last October. Now, a few days after the official launch, they have finally been revealed on the web how many GB of memory Need For Speed Unbound will weigh on PS5 consoles.
Need For Speed Unbound on PS5: the GB of memory you will need to install
A few days after the official launch, we now finally see how many GB of memory will be needed to download the brand new Need For Speed Unbound on PS5. In fact, in a tweet published by the PlayStation Game Size account, it is stated that the game will have a total weight of about 29 GB (29,431 GB to be precise). In this way all interested users will be able to check the hard disk of their console and, if necessary, make room for the download.
🚨 Need for Speed™ Unbound
🟫 Download Size : 29.431 GB (Version: 1.000.002)
⬛ Pre-Load : November 30 (Palace Edition : Available Now)
⬜ Launch : December 2 (Palace Edition : November 29)
— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) November 27, 2022
Again according to what was declared in the tweet, users will be able to pre-load the latest Criterion Games effort starting November 30, except for all those who have purchased the Palace Edition, which in fact offers three days of early access to the game (as well as a whole series of exclusive items such as cars, cosmetic items and so on). Finally, we remind you that the title will be released on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S on December 2nd.
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