Elden Ring PS5 File Size Leaked And It’s Smaller Than Expected

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Elden Ring PS5 File Size Leaked

Elden Ring’s PS5 file size and preload time have been leaked and it’s not as bad as you’d expect. You only need about 45GB of space to enter Lands Between.

The PlayStation Game Size Twitter account, which keeps track of files added directly to the PSN database, claims that the latest FromSoftware game requires 45GB of free space. This does not include the day one patch. The preload begins two days before the official launch, on February 23.

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This falls far short of some other upcoming PS5 games, like Horizon Forbidden West, which was previously reported to take up a whopping 96GB of storage. Considering how many anticipated games February is packed with, you’ll probably need to clean your SSD in just a month, or maybe it’s time to finally expand. It is the season to get new hard drives.


The Elden Ring file size previously appeared on the Xbox Store at 50GB in size, so it’s not too far off on PS5. As is often the case, the exact size will differ slightly on Xbox One and Xbox Series X. We still don’t know anything about the file size of Elden Ring on PC, as such information is not available on the game’s Steam page at the time of writing this article.

Elden Ring is the studio’s first attempt at the traditional open-world formula, giving players more ways to explore their surroundings while traveling on horseback, find their own challenges and bosses to overcome, and slowly reveal the history of this intriguing world. . If you think Elden Ring is the tough version of FromSoftware’s Breath of the Wild, you are definitely not alone.

Currently, the Elden Ring is expected to launch on February 25 with (hopefully) no further delay. Game of Thrones creator George RR Martin, who helped create the project’s imaginary world and story, recently said that the game looks “incredible” and that “Elden Ring’s day is finally near.” With FromSoftware’s newest creation earning the most anticipated game of the year award for the second year in a row, let’s hope it lives up to all expectations.

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