Dragon’s Dogma 2 File Size Is 70 GB On The Xbox Store

The storage requirement is overall smaller than what we expected.

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  • Dragon’s Dogma 2 file size has been revealed to be 70 GB on the Xbox store in a new back-end update.
  • It is unclear if the game size will be the same across platforms. However, we can expect them to be in close range.
  • It is launching on March 22, 2024, for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

A new back-end update for Dragon’s Dogma 2 Xbox store page has revealed the file size for the game. It will only need 70 GB of space to download. The amount is quite reasonable for current-day standards of open-world RPG games. In comparison, entries like Alan Wake 2, Star Wars: Jedi Survivors, and Baldur’s Gate 3 take up a hefty portion of space just for the base versions.

The game's file size is only 70 GB on the Xbox store.
The game’s file size is only 70 GB on the Xbox store.

The size requirement for other platforms remains to be seen at the moment; I checked the other store listings just to be sure. They may fall around the same 70 GB range for all of them.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Could Redefine The Standards Of The ARPG Genre

Capcom’s Magnum Opus is expected to reshape the ARPG genre for the excited fans of single-player narrative-driven RPGs. The unique gameplay mechanics with pawns add a deep layer of strategy and customization. Additionally, the cinematic boss battles will be a sight to behold—if the game reveals so far are something to beckon. It even became a best-seller on Steam a long time before launch. 

On another note, the devs have warned players to be wary of spoilers that have started appearing in previews of the game.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 is set to drop on the same fateful day as the awaited PlayStation exclusive, Rise of the Ronin, on March 22, 2024. You will be able to play it on PC and consoles, including PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. Past rumors have suggested a 30 FPS lock for console releases, but the devs debunked them and confirmed that there will be uncapped framerates instead.

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