If there’s ever been an appropriate time for a storage upgrade on your new-generation console, it’s now.
As reported by PlayStation Game Size, which trawls the backend of the PlayStation Store for glimpses into new game and update files hitting the servers, Respawn Entertainment’s highly-anticipated sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, is going to take up an enormous 150GB of storage on PlayStation 5.
That number lines up pretty much exactly with what we know from the game’s system requirements on PC as well, so it’s probably a very safe bet that Xbox Series X|S players are going to see the same. With the Series S in particular packing less than 400GB of usable space on its internal SSD, that’s a big percentage of storage for just the one game.
Coincidentally, and primarily for the PC crowd, Seagate has just released the gorgeous, glowing Lightsaber FireCuda 530 SSD which you can read about here. For PlayStation and Xbox players seeing these numbers and considering an upgrade, we’ve rounded up the best picks for capacity and value below:
We also recently went hands-on with over three hours of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, saying “The game feels familiar but almost entirely unmoored from the trappings of the original, able to strike its own unique visual and mechanical vibe that honours the best of its predecessor but pushes its ideas and characters into far cooler new territory. It can be next to impossible to follow up on a beloved first entry but Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order looks set to stake its claim as the bold, dark and deeply interesting middle chapter of Respawn Entertainment’s own potential Star Wars trilogy.”