One week after the highly anticipated launch of the Halo Infinite, the actual size of the single player component has been made public on the Xbox Game Pass application for smartphones, from which it is possible to launch the pre-download of the game.
By accessing the Halo Infinite campaign page from the Xbox Game Pass smartphone app, it is possible to launch the preload of the single player component on your console or reference PC. However, not all users are currently able to start the download. Through the same procedure you can thus become aware of the actual space that the new adventures of Master Chief will occupy on our drives: the console version should take around 28GB while on PC you need 29 GB (28.8 to be precise).
Considering that all the part dedicated to multiplayer, now available for several days, occupies about 18 GB, the complete and final version of Halo Infinite should occupy a total of between 46 and 47 GB depending on the reference platform. A decidedly reduced and manageable weight compared to the large productions to which the market has become accustomed to lately, which often come close to triple the figure.
Microsoft today unveiled free content that Xbox Game Pass subscribers will be able to redeem in Halo Infinite at the launch of the campaign.