We previously revealed the install sizes for physical disc releases of Dragon Ball Xenoverse. Thanks to updates from the Sony Entertainment Network Store and Xbox Store, the download sizes have been listed for the digital releases on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
When accessed from the PS4, the SEN Store shows that Dragon Ball Xenoverse requires 10.1 GB of free space from the hard disc drive. When seen access from the PC, the digital store shows that it requires 9.4 GB. The Xbox Store shows that the Xbox One version of the digital release is going to take up 9.72 GB.
Those numbers aren’t too big when you considered that both current-gen consoles have a 500 GB HDD packed in. With that said, you can still opt for the physical disc release (which you can preorder from Amazon with this link), if you have any bandwidth limit concerns.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is coming out on February 24 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC platforms in addition to the above-mentioned PlayStation 4 and Xbox One current-gen consoles. The game is being developed by Dimps, the same studio responsible for the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series, which many fans considered to be the best games based on the anime.