God of War Ragnarok File Size and Pre-Load details revealed

God of War Ragnarok’s official release date is November 9, and being just a couple of days away from it, details such as File Size and Preload have been expected to arrive. Lucky for the fans, they are already here. Let’s have a look at how big the game is and when you can exactly download its assets and prepare for the official launch.

On PS4, there are listings from US regions that show 106GB, while on the PS5 will be slightly smaller and take around 84GB of space. In the EU region, the game is slightly bigger and may be related to language packs, with PS4 obscuring 118.519GB of hard drive size, and PS5 with approximately 90-100 GB of size.

God of War Ragnarok Size (US)

  • PS4: 106.9 GB (Version: 1.01)
  • PS5: 84 GB (Version: 1.001.000)

God of War Ragnarok Size (EU)

  • PS4: 118.519 GB (Version: 1.01)
  • PS5: 90-100 GB (exact size soon)

God of War Ragnarok Pre-Load Date

The preload for God of War Ragnarok starts on November 2, 7 days before the official launch takes place on November 9.

As it shapes up, God of War Ragnarok is going to be one of the contenders for the best game for 2022, and can easily snatch the top spot in any category.

The file size and preload information was revealed by PlayStationGameSize on Twitter.

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