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Star Wars: Battlefront install sizes revealed for PS4, Xbox One and PC

EA Games has revealed the Star Wars: Battlefront install sizes on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

We now know how much free space you’ll need for Star Wars: Battlefront when it comes out next week.

In a tweet, EA Games stated that the Xbox One version requires 19GB, the PS4 version 23GB and the PC version takes up 27GB of space.

It isn’t uncommon for install file sizes to vary across platforms, but that 4GB gulf between the PS4 and Xbox One versions is quite a conundrum.

We’re assuming it’s something to do with the graphics, but we’ll keep you posted.

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Star Wars: Battlefront officially launches on 17 November for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

That’s around a month before the JJ Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens hits cinemas on Christmas Day.

Anyone with an EA Access membership on Xbox One can start playing Battlefront on 12 November.

The EA Access demo will offer 10 hours of gameplay content, which you can spend doing whatever you want – the single-player missions or the main multi-player battles.

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