Ready for the launch of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is one of the most anticipated games of this holiday season. It will be released within the next week, and fans of the franchise are eagerly awaiting its arrival. Whether on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC, it will definitely be one of the most played games this year.

However, given the complexity of the game and its brilliant graphics, many gamers are concerned that this game takes up too much space on their devices, especially on new generation consoles, because the storage for them is more expensive than compared. to previous generation consoles, or to the PC.

However, Ubisoft wants to rest users and reveals that the game will not occupy more than 45 GB, on the day of its launch, regardless of its platform. That is, the game for next-generation consoles, for PC and PS4, will occupy 45 GB, while on Xbox One it will occupy 44 GB.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla won’t occupy more than 45 GB on launch day

This means that it takes up a bit more space than Assassin’s Creed Origin which takes up 42 GB, but takes up a little less than Odyssey, since it takes up around 46 GB.

But as I revealed earlier, this is the space needed just to start the game, as it will receive two expansions right after, as part of its Season Pass, as well as free content updates, which will be made available regularly.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla releases November 10 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X, and PS4, and November 12 or 19 for PlayStation 5.

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