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The hugely exciting, upcoming Microsoft exclusive multiplayer first-person shooter Titanfall will occupy 48 GB of hard disk space when it releases for PCs on 11th March this year.
[On Thursdays, Kambyero sometimes pokes fun at somethang in gaming.]
The game will, luckily enough, be a comparatively tiny 21-gig download, said Vince Zampella, head of developer Respawn Entertainment. Still, the game’s titanic space requirements could pose a real issue for PC users, who usually use SSDs for their multiplayer games. The average solid state drives is 128 GB or 256 GB, so people chomping at the bit to play this game (like fellow Kambyero founder Joseph) should be ready to make room for the greatest thing since Call of Duty 4.