The Resident Evil 4 remake isn’t even out yet but those that pre-ordered and pre-installed the game might’ve noticed a hefty patch roll out yesterday. Capcom recently released a 4GB day one patch containing “miscellaneous bug fixes” according to the notes, though it didn’t detail exactly what was being fixed. Additionally, the download size for the game was also revealed.
Players who pre-installed the Resident Evil 4 remake may have noticed a 4GB day one patch in Update 1.02. The exact download size for PS4 and PS5 has yet to be revealed, though the Xbox Series X/S version of the game will seemingly take up 67GB of storage space. It’s safe to assume that the same download size will apply to other platforms as well, which will have to install a further 4GB day one patch.
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Since the game is a few weeks away from release, more updates and patches might still be on the way before launch. At the very least, you’ll have to install a 4GB update on day one to play the Resident Evil 4 remake which isn’t bad in terms of day one patches but it’s still a decent chunk of space that will be required on your hard drive.
The official description for the Resident Evil 4 remake reads:
“Six years have passed since the biological disaster in Raccoon City. Agent Leon S. Kennedy, one of the survivors of the incident, has been sent to rescue the president’s kidnapped daughter. He tracks her to a secluded European village, where there is something terribly wrong with the locals. And the curtain rises on this story of daring rescue and grueling horror where life and death, terror and catharsis intersect. Featuring modernized gameplay, a reimagined storyline, and vividly detailed graphics, Resident Evil 4 marks the rebirth of an industry juggernaut.”
Resident Evil 4 releases on 24 March 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Source: Twisted Voxel