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The Division install size revealed

The Division install size has been revealed for Xbox One ahead of the game’s release date.

A recent update to The Division’s Xbox Store page suggests that the full game will take up 32.29GB of your hard drive.

That’s just 5GB bigger than the beta install size, which came in at 27GB on Xbox One.

There’s no information on the size of the PS4 or PC installs as yet, but we’ll keep you posted on any developments.

If you need to make some space on your hard drive, we’d recommend just deleting your beta file now.

Related: 5 things you need to know about The Division

According to Xbox Italy’s official Facebook page earlier this month, there will be an open beta for The Division running from February 16 to February 21.

It seems Xbox One players will get an additional 24 hours to try out the game, followed by access from PS4 and PC platforms.

Hopefully, Ubisoft and developer Massive Entertainment will solve the hacking issues that plagued the PC closed beta, where people complained of the game being full of dirty cheaters.

The Division release date is set for March 8 on PS4, PC and Xbox One.

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