Elden Ring Xbox File Size Listed at 50GB

Elden Ring Xbox File Size

For Xbox gamers planning on picking up Elden Ring, we now know how much disk space you’ll need to clear on your console when it launches next year, as the official Xbox Store has outed the Elden Ring Xbox file size as 59GB! This is for both Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S!

Elden Ring Xbox File Size:

Here’s an image we captured in case it gets pulled:

Mind, there’s not day-one patch or whatever added onto this, so this could very well be bigger by the time February 2022 rolls around.

Here’s the official game description via the Xbox Store:

Rise, Tarnished, and be guided by grace to brandish the power of the Elden Ring and become an Elden Lord in the Lands Between.

• A Vast World Full of Excitement
A vast world where open fields with a variety of situations and huge dungeons with complex and three-dimensional designs are seamlessly connected. As you explore, the joy of discovering unknown and overwhelming threats await you, leading to a high sense of accomplishment.

• Create your Own Character
In addition to customizing the appearance of your character, you can freely combine the weapons, armor, and magic that you equip. You can develop your character according to your play style, such as increasing your muscle strength to become a strong warrior, or mastering magic.

• An Epic Drama Born from a Myth
A multilayered story told in fragments. An epic drama in which the various thoughts of the characters intersect in the Lands Between.

• Unique Online Play that Loosely Connects You to Others
In addition to multiplayer, where you can directly connect with other players and travel together, the game supports a unique asynchronous online element that allows you to feel the presence of others.

Once we know the PlayStation file sizes, we’ll let our readers know.

Elden Ring will be released this February 25, 2022 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Thanks, EldenRingNews (YouTube)

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