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Download size revealed for Switch version of Lego City Undercover

The download size has been revealed for the Nintendo Switch version of Lego City Undercover. The product page, when viewed directly from the eShop store from the hybrid system, showed that the game need 7.1 GB of free space.

A physical copy of the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment published game is also available if you don’t have enough space on the storage of your Nintendo Switch. If you are interested, you can preorder the game cartridge version with this link on Amazon.

Lego City Undercover originally came out for the Nintendo Wii U in 2013. The upcoming port adds a two-player co-op mode. It is slated to arrive on the 4th of April in the North American region. Along with the Switch, the game is also being ported over to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

Nintendo’s newest system comes with just 32 GB of free space with a big portion already reserved from the operating system. If you are planning to download games such as the aforementioned Lego City Undercover, you can quickly run out of space. If you are interested in adding more free space, you might want to pick up a Micro SD card. We recommend getting the compatible SanDisk 128GB Ultra UHS-I Class 10 SDXC Memory Card (you can do so with this page).