Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: How much will it occupy on PS5 and when can it be pre-downloaded?

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The Guardians of the Galaxy They return to video games with a completely new title, which was officially uncovered during the Square Enix conference at E3 2021. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy follows a different path from Marvel’s Avengers, that is, it focuses specifically on the campaign, without no kind of multiplayer element. With a month to go before its launch, PlayStation Size, which monitors the movements of the PS Store, has discovered how much the download will occupy on PlayStation 5.

It should be noted that the weight corresponds to the base game, without the application of the patch on day 1. That said, it can serve as a reference to know approximately how much space will be required on the hard drive. In this case, little more than 40 GB (41.243 GB). It has also been confirmed that users will have the opportunity to pre-download the title on this console from next October 24, that is, two days before its launch.

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No DLCs or microtransactions

From the same ad, Eidos Montreal has made it clear that this project has emerged as an experience with a beginning and an end. Mary deMarle, executive producer of Guardians of the Galaxy, explained to MeriStation that the game will have neither downloadable content nor microtransactions. “Everything is in the game from day one,” he assured. For the team, it was important that players have access to everything the product has to offer right from the start. For this reason, the costumes and other objects can be obtained directly in the game, without paying a single euro.

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will go on sale next October 26th on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Google Stadia. The Nintendo Switch version was also announced later, but it is a cloud version.

Fuente | PlayStation Size (Twitter)


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