Players Are Angry Over The Division 2’s Install Size

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is nearly here, and less than a week until it launches, Ubisoft has confirmed the install size to some very unhappy Division fans.

In an FAQ, Ubisoft writes: “The Division 2 will be releasing on PC, Xbox One and PS4 alongside a Title Update 1 patch. This patch includes various bug fixes and improvements for the main game…[for Xbox One and PC] expect a 48-52 GB download, depending on your region and preferred language…[for PS4] Expect a 88-92 GB download, depending on your region and preferred language.”

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Although the game won’t release until March 15th, there’s also going to be a 2GB update called Title Update 1.5, which you can download from March 11th.

Ubisoft writes: “[the] Title Update 1.5 mainly addresses occurrences of audio missing or cutting out experienced by some during Open Beta.

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“Players who already have the Private Beta or the Open Beta builds installed on their platform would have to download the full game. You can clear some space on your system by deleting these previous builds.”

Naturally, people are pretty upset and angry at the reveal of the patch – especially PlayStation 4 gamers.

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With lots of recent games topping out at around 90-100GB at launch with patches, it looks like this is the new norm for gaming. Will you be picking up The Division 2?

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