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CyberPunk 2077 Installation Size is on Its Way to Cross “Red Dead Redemption 2” Size of 105GB

CD Projekt Red’s CyberPunk 2077 is set to release in late 2019. But the excitement that it has created among its fans making them desperate to have the game in their hand at the earliest. The developer is also pushing the fans hard by turning one or another stone from time to time. The latest update will amaze you to another level. As it will be interesting to know that what is there that makes the sci-fi role-playing video game of more than 80 GB.

The Installation Size

CyberPunk 2077, Image Credit: CyberPunk 2077/YouTube
CyberPunk 2077, Image Credit: CyberPunk 2077/YouTube

Yes, the space that you will have to free up in your PlayStation 4 for CyberPunk 2077 is 80GB. Also, it can increase over time as the game is still in developing condition. If everything goes by the reports, then this game will be bigger than The Witcher 3. The CD Projekt Red’s game was of 51GB, and that is with all its DLCs. Though  Red Dead Redemption 2 (105GB) or Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (101GB) is still far from its reach. But wait, as the reports claimed the game is under the developing process. So, there are chances that it will cross these size limits too.

This is not enough, as we know that there will be an expansion in CyberPunk 2077 like The Witcher 3. As per this, if you have a basic version in your devices then also you will have to free up more space. That is to settle the expanded content.

A Still From CyberPunk 2077's E3 2019 Preview, Image Credit: CyberPunk 2077/YouTube
A Still From CyberPunk 2077’s E3 2019 Preview, Image Credit: CyberPunk 2077/YouTube

Xbox One and the PS4 Pro Versions Required space?

We still do not have any hint about CyperPunk 2077’s Xbox One and the PS4 Pro version required space. But according to reports, with the available Xbox One consoles, you will be able to access this video game’s 4K capabilities.

From Where We Get to Know About the Size?

Well, it worth to notify that this size information is enlisted at the very bottom of the PlayStation Store page. PhoOhThree, a developer working on the title revealed on Reddit that the developer CD Projekt Red is still on its way to add some more content to the game. That means it is not finished yet and is on its way to break more records in the coming days.