Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Has Vast Size Difference Between Its Xbox Series X|S Versions

The game's Series X edition will take almost 100 GB more space than its Series S counterpart.

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  • Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will reportedly take 140 GB of space on Xbox Series X, 96 GB more than the 44 GB on Series S.
  • A big contrast in download sizes is unusual between the two consoles, even with the 4K contrast.
  • Respawn hasn’t officially revealed the file sizes on Xbox but has uncovered that the game will take up 155 GB of space on PC.

There is a huge 96 GB gap between the download sizes of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on the two Xbox Series consoles. Respawn’s upcoming adventure title will take up 140 GB of space on the Xbox Series X SSD. While on the other hand, it will have a download size of 44 GB on Xbox Series S, almost 100 GB less than its more expensive counterpart.

Xbox Series S notably does not support 4K for the upcoming Electronic Arts title. However, even with that major difference, a notable variation like this is peculiar for the next-gen consoles. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor also has a humongous download size on PC. The Respawn game will take up 155 GB of space on PC, which is a big increase from the leaks.

When you compare it to the meager 44 GB file size of Fallen Order on PC, this leap seems even bigger. Moreover, the PlayStation 5 version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is even larger at 147.5 GB. Hence, the adventure title being under 50 GB on Xbox Series S is more of a pro than a con. These Xbox Series download sizes aren’t official yet, but they do set up expectations for the game.

From the details that have come out regarding Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, we can tell how ambitious it is going to be. It will feature five lightsaber stances, which is a substantial increase from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Moreover, the maps in the upcoming adventure title will also be more open and expansive. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is still going to be semi-open-world like its 2019 predecessor.

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But, you will see more NPCs in areas and can explore more of them, unlike the first game. In addition, fast travel will be available in the upcoming title and will make exploration easier. Jedi Chamber Trials are another addition to the game and will allow you to earn skill points by solving challenges, just like the shrines from Breath of the Wild. Players can also customize Cal more freely in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor compared to the 2019 game.

The Jedi’s entire outfit can change alongside his facial hair, cosmetics, and hairstyles. Meanwhile, Some outfits like the Luke Skywalker and Han Solo ones come free with the pre-order and deluxe version of the Star Wars fame. When you take all of these new additions into account, Jedi: Survivor’s huge download size makes a lot of sense.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a more ambitious and significantly bigger project than its prequel. Considering the triumphant success of Fallen Order, which wasn’t even going to be a Jedi game, this isn’t a surprise. Hopefully, there isn’t a lot of contrast in the game’s performance on the Xbox Series consoles due to this download size difference.

We will eventually find that out when the game launches for Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and PC on April 28, 2023.

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Ahmed Mansoor is a News Writer who has a deep passion for single-player adventure games. He loves to keep tabs on the gaming and technology industries and loves to break stories that interest his audience. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and several years of experience writing for games. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Written 600+ News Stories.

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