The Xbox Store shopping website has revealed the file size for the Xbox One version of Resident Evil 0. According to the listing, the remastered release is going to take up 10.68 GB of space from the storage of the home console.
For the uninformed, the Xbox One version of Resident Evil 0 is a remastered port of the Gamecube release that came out in 2002. Along with improved graphics, the new iteration also adds Wesker as a playable character as gamers get to unlock the villain, and have him replace Billy, after beating the game once.
In addition to being available as a standalone digital release, Resident Evil 0 can also be purchased along with a remastered version of the first Resident Evil via the Resident Evil Origins Collection disc. If you are interested, you can preorder the compilation with this link on Amazon.
So far, Microsoft has included either a 500 GB or 1 TB hard drive with Xbox One systems. If you run out of room (which is likely due to mandatory installations, patch updates and DLC expansions), you can also use supported external hard drives, such as the Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 2TB Green (which you can check out with this page), to add more space.