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Quantum Break

Quantum Break eats up a fifth of the Xbox One X's hard drive

It's an 100 GB enhancement patch.

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Early next week Microsoft's Xbox One X will finally arrive in stores and the many enhanced games will start to receive their big 4K updates. As you surely know, 4K assets can easily eat a lot of your physical HDD storage if you want the full experience on demand, and the case of Quantum Break proves this very vividly.

Reddit user Torbold shared a picture of a 94.70 GB download for enhanced game data, but that's not all the space Remedy's game takes. The pre-installed game code on the disc is around 8 GB big (and needed to be calculated as well, if you now own the physical copy) plus if want to pass the constant internet connection, which is required to stream Quantum Break's higher resolution, you have to download the 75 GB video files, too. All in all that will basically wipe roughly a fifth (178.1 GB / 17.8%) of the One X's 1TB hard drive.

Is the game worth it though?

Quantum Break

Thanks, Gameinformer.

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