Excited to get your hands on the first console version of Bluehole Studios PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds? Well you may need to free up a little bit of space before you grab the game
According to Windows Central, which managed to obtain a supposed retail box for the game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds requires “up to 30 GB storage”. That being said if the box is legit, that number is subject to change as more often than not, the amount is generally a placeholder for publishers as last minute changes may occur – especially since Bluehole is still in the midst of testing version 1.0 for launch later in December on PC.
Either way, 30GB is a pretty fair amount to keep set aside for the last man standing shooter. Are you excited to get playing PUBG on your Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds releases for Xbox One on December 12th. Version 1.0 arrives in late December
In other PUBG news, the shooter is set to receive a mobile version very soon.
‘Following the publisher partnership between Tencent and Bluehole studios in China, we’ve just received news that the massive battle royale title, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be receiving a mobile version for the Mainland China market.’
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