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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a breath of fresh air for gamers. For years, we’d been starved of a good Star Wars single-player adventure, but Respawn Entertainment’s story of a desperate Padawan living up to his Jedi lineage hit the mark. Now its sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, is just a week away from release, and anticipation for Cal Kestis’ continued adventures is sky-high.
But there’s a fly in the ointment. The digital download is a Death Star-sized 147GB on PS5, 140GB on Xbox Series X, and 155GB on PC and gamers aren’t happy. We know how they feel: our review code was sent over late last night and we eagerly tapped it into the PlayStation 5 store, only for our heart to sink as we grimly deleted a bunch of stuff and realized it was going to take a very long time to complete downloading.
Now gamers are wondering just what in this single-player adventure warrants such a gargantuan download:
Better clear some hard drive space: