The file size has been listed by the European Sony Entertainment Store shopping website for the PlayStation 4 version of Project CARS. The racing simulator is going to take up 17.8 GB of free space on the hard disk drive of Sony’s current-gen console. If you haven’t read our previous story, the same game requires 18.13 GB on the Xbox One.
The size is somewhat small when you considered that the racing game will include more than 100 courses in addition to 65 cars at launch. With that said, the development team at Slightly Mad Studios did announce that they will be adding DLC on a monthly basis, so the game is going to get bigger post-launch.
The PlayStation 4 comes with a 500 GB HDD pre-installed. Gamers can also swap it out for one with a bigger capacity.
Project CARS is coming out in Europe first with a release date set for the 7th of May. North American gamers will have to wait five days later to get the game on May 12. The product will initially be released for the above-mentioned PlayStation 4 and Xbox One current-gen consoles in addition to the PC. The SteamOS and Wii U versions are expected to arrive later this year. You can preorder the latest game from Slightly Mad Studios with this page on Amazon.