Redfall Pre-Load Now Available, Huge Download Sizes Revealed for Xbox Series X and PC

Arkane Studios' highly anticipated title is just around the corner, and pre-load download sizes are turning heads.

Arkane Studios is all set to release their latest action-packed, vampire-slaying title, Redfall, on May 2nd, and the pre-loads are now available for Xbox Series X and PC. The game, featuring a four-player co-op looter shooter experience, is looking quite on track based on the community hype going on. As the pre-loads go live, the download sizes for both platforms have been revealed, and they are massive.

Xbox Series X users must download a whopping 77.31 GB to get Redfall on their consoles. While that’s already a considerable size, the PC version is even more demanding, requiring a 94.3 GB download. It is important to note that these numbers only represent the download sizes, and final install sizes are yet to be determined.

The difference in download sizes between the platforms has raised some eyebrows, and it’s speculated that the PC version may offer more options and features. Recently, the Xbox Series X/S version of Redfall received criticism for not offering a 60 FPS Performance Mode on release, a part that may be available on the PC version.

As players prepare for the game’s launch, many wonder if the download sizes include a day-one patch or if additional updates are in store after the initial release. Regardless, the hefty downloads are a testament to the content and detail Arkane Studios has packed into the game.

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