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Elden Ring File Size And Pre-Install Date Revealed

The Elden Ring PS5 file size as well as the pre-install date has been revealed. Thankfully, it won’t take up much hard drive space.

The information on the Elden Ring file size and the pre-install date was revealed by PlayStation Game Size. However, at this time we do not know the file size for other platforms. That being said, I can’t imagine it being much different in size to the PS5 version.

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How large is the file size?

The Elden Ring file size on PlayStation 5 is a modest 44.72GB. However, that is without a day one patch or any other patches that follow.

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When can I pre-install Elden Ring?

You can pre-install Elden Ring on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022. Two days before its official launch day.

Elden Ring is being developed with the vision of Game of Thrones author, George R.R Martin and recently he’s been speaking about his excitement for the FromSoftware title.

When Elden Ring launches in February 2022, there will be various versions of the game that you will be able to pick up. Though some, such as the Collector Editions may prove quite difficult to acquire.

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Elden Ring Press Kit 3
Credit: FromSoftware

Finally, as a pre-release warning, thanks to data miners discovering hidden information from the recent Network Test, spoilers are appearing across the internet. You can read more in our spoiler-free article here.

Elden Ring will release for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on Friday, February 25th, 2022. 

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