‘Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’ Will Be Significantly Different in Size for Xbox Versions

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Star Wars haters might say that Respawn Entertainment went bonkers when they decided to create another Star Wars video game. Even though the legendary franchise has led to the creation of numerous video games already, as we all have to admit, the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will have a lot to offer.

We only have less than a week to wait for the ‘Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’ to come out. The game will mainly focus on the story of Cal Kestis as he’ll be roaming throughout an environment filled with exciting action and in the third-person mode.

‘Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’ will require 100GB more for the Xbox Series X than on Series S

According to a reliable gaming leakster, the upcoming Star Wars game in question will require 100GB of more storage space on the Xbox Series X compared to its console counterpart, the Xbox Series S. While you’ll need to have only 44GB available storage space in order to run the game on the Xbox Series S, you’ll need 140GB of free space if you want to play it on the Xbox Series X.

In other words, if you usually prefer your games on an Xbox Series X console but you somehow have an Xbox Series S in your basement that you haven’t used for a while, it’s time to get those layers of dust off the latter gaming machine!


Apart from the compatibility with the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will also be playable on the PlayStation 5 console and on Windows PCs that are powerful enough. You must keep in mind that you need a pretty powerful GPU mounted on your PC if you want to enjoy the best of what the game’s graphics have to offer. A video card such as an RTX2070 or RX 6700 XT of 8GB will do just fine.

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