'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date, News & Update: PS4, Xbox One File Sizes Revealed; Day One Patch Out Now! More Details Here

By Andrea Lou , Updated Nov 27, 2016 05:53 PM EST

The gaming community is very busy right now. There is the non-stop clicking of the keyboard, the constant downloading of gaming sites, with comments popping up every few seconds. Do you know what the hype is all about? There are two more days left before the release of "Final Fantasy XV!"

"Final Fantasy XV" will be delivered on November 28, 2016 and play-enabled on November 29, 2016, midnight Eastern Time. Before you start day dreaming about wielding the legendary Masamune sword, here are the important details you need to know on "Final Fantasy XV", PS4 and Xbox One File sizes.

The "Final Fantasy XV" is a role-playing game by Square Enix Co. LTD. According to PlayStore, the file size for this is 40. 5 GB on PS4 and 51.82 GB for the Xbox One. This size may not be entirely correct since "Final Fantasy XV" still has a necessary day one patch, which would make the gameplay more exciting.

In a report done by DualShockers, it was mentioned that "Final Fantasy XV" pre-load is already out in Japan. This gives us an idea on what to expect from the game. For Sony console, the game consumes 50.698 GB for the bandwidth and an additional 6.593 GB to start the game. That's a far cry from the "Final Fantasy XV" PS4 and Xbox One file size released recently. A difference of more or less 6 GB could make a difference when you have to choose which games to delete. The positive side of this is that, in Japan, the download already included the update.

As this article is being written, we receive a report that the pre-load is now available in the US and Canada, though the game play has not been activated yet. That would give us enough time to clean up those spaces for the much needed "Final Fantasy XV" for the consoles. Are you excited to play the game? Sound off in the comments section below!


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