The release date of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is almost here. It is the most anticipated title of this month as the game comes loaded with many expectations. While Star Wars fans and Cal Kestis look forward to getting their hands on the game, there are things to consider, most notably the space.
It is reported that the game will be a significant expansion from the previous game, with larger maps and more to explore. But this comes at a cost on the PC platform, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. Series S, which is considered the least powerful among its counterparts, will run the Jedi Survivor title. 44 GB is the only space.
A really good thing because the cheaper Xbox Series S has a limited amount of memory, the Xbox Series S platform comes with 512 GB as storage space, unlike the Xbox Series X. The Xbox Series S only offers about 364 GB of usable space for games. This makes 44GB for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor a good amount of space.
The size of the game on the Xbox Series S platform is justified because of the technologies it offers, which are somewhat limited compared to technically powerful platforms such as PS5. The game offers 1440p resolution at 30 frames per second. It is expected that we will witness tangible decreases in terms of graphics as well, but we do not know many details about this huge difference in space, which may be mostly due to the high resolution. We will learn more soon, and by the way, the game will be launched on April 28 on current-generation platforms and PC.