Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is set to launch on March 15th, but depending on your platform of choice and internet speed, it might be a while before you actually get to enjoy it. Whether you buy the game physically or digitally, you’ll be required to download the initial Title Updates on day one before you can start playing.
Ubisoft has just revealed the install size data for various platforms, and it’s pretty shocking. On PC and Xbox One you’ll need around 48-52 GB of space, which is fairly standard these days. However, if you buy the PlayStation 4 version of the game (digitally or physically) you’ll need between 88 and 92 GB of space for the download and installation process. It’s not clear why there’s such a massive difference between Sony’s console and the other platforms.