One of the biggest and most anticipated games of 2019 is finally here. There is a lot of hype surrounding Gears of War 5 at the moment and so are the questions. And the most common question that people are asking is ‘what is the download file size of Gears of Wars 5?’.
Now there is a reason behind this question. Gears of War games are always known to take up a good chunk of space in the hard drive. Gears of War 4 is currently sitting on a whopping 136 GB file size so the concern is quite justified. And nowadays AAA games anyway come at large file sizes and therefore if you do not have enough space, get ready to delete some stuff.
So what is the download file size of Gears of War 5? Lets see.
Gears Of War 5 – Download file size
Where can I download Gears of War 5 from?
People who are willing to play Gears of War 5 can buy it either from Steam or from the Xbox store. If you are already done purchasing then Steam users can download it from their Steam library and Xbox store or Xbox Game Pass for PC users can download Gears of War 5 from the Xbox (beta) app on your Windows 10 PC.
What is the download file size of World War Z?
I bought Gears of War 5 on Steam and I am a Xbox Game Pass for PC (beta) user as well. Since the game will release four days earlier on the Xbox store I went ahead and started the preload. And according to the Xbox app on my PC the download file size of Gears of War 5 is 59.1 GB. The original size might change after the installation but you should be good if you have around 80 GB free space on your hard drive.
That’s all folks!
Last Updated on September 1, 2019
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How is it so low?