If you’re eagerly waiting for the Catherine remake Catherine: Full Body, the developers at Studio Zero just revealed how much disk space you need to save up.
According to a post on Twitter in response to a question to a fan, the developers revealed that the game will require 12 gigabytes of your PS4’s storage drive.
That’s not enormous considering that the original game on PS3 demands 9.3 gigabytes. On the other hand, the recently-released demo takes “only” 3.95 gigabytes.
That being said, do keep in mind that this is for the Japanese version. The western release may be bigger due to the localization files.
While the game will come for both PS4 and PS Vita in Japan, we recently learned that the PS Vita version has (not unexpectedly) been axed for the west. Yet, we also heard that the western release should come “soon after” the Japanese launch on Feb. 14.
Of course, you’ll be the first to know when we hear something more specific.
If you want to see more about the game, you can also check out the most recent trailer, which included a theme song performed by the Tokyo-based pop band Sekai no Owari.
Speaking of demos, the trial version of Catherine: Full Body included a track that is said to be a remixed version of one which will be included in Studio Zero’s next game, the mysterious Project Re Fantasy.