The download sizes have been revealed for several remastered games that are now available on the PlayStation 4.
The most notable of which is Resident Evil: Code Veronica X as the PS2 to PS4 release will take up 1.7 GB of free space on the hard drive of the system. Another PS2 to PS4 release is Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland. This farming simulator requires just 135.7 MB. Last but not least is LocoRoco Remastered. The unique platformer needs 2.04 GB of free space.
Resident Evil: Code Veronica X came out for the PlayStation 2 on August 21, 2001, while Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland was released for the same system on November 22, 2001. PS2 to PS4 games takes advantage of up-rendering to higher resolution as well as added Trophy support.
LocoRoco originally came out for the PlayStation Portable on September 5, 2006. The remastered version supports native 4K resolution of the PlayStation 4 Pro with a compatible television set.
Sony recently added support for external storage, via USB, on the PS4. So, if you are looking to add more space for games like the three aforementioned titles, we recommend taking a look at the Western Digital 4TB Black USB 3.0 My Passport Portable External Hard Drive (you can check it out with this link on Amazon).