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Code Vein: What the Download & Install Size Is

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Code Vein: What the Download & Install Size Is

Bandai Namco’s long-awaited Souls-like is finally about to make its anticipated launch, but before you get ready to race down to the store or download it, you’ll need to know what Code Vein’s download & install size is. We’ve got you covered.

What Code Vein’s Download & Install Size is

Code Vein will take up 29.34 GB, at least on your PS4 HDD, which is what we’re using as a measure.

Of course, install size and game length don’t always translate to the same thing, but in case you’re curious, we’re already playing through Code Vein for our review and we can tell you that it’s a chunky experience.

As a bit of a comparison, we’ve listed some other games below by their install size, so you can get a flavor of what 29.34 GB might equate to:

  • Grand Theft Auto V (PS4 base game): 50 GB
  • Battlefield 1: 51 GB
  • Destiny 2: 52.8 GB
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order: 48 GB
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: 46 GB
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: 46.27 GB
  • Just Cause 3: 42.49 GB
  • Code Vein: 29.34 GB

That should give you everything you need to know about what Code Vein‘s download & install size is. For more useful tips, guides, and information about the game, stay tuned into Twinfinite over the coming days as we ramp up our coverage for its launch on Sept. 27.

What Code Vein’s Install Size Is

29.34 GB on PS4

Otherwise, if you’re just clamoring for more Code Vein then why not check out a recent mini-documentary highlighted how music and gameplay come together in Code Vein. Also, you should also check out our hands-on preview and our recent interview with the game’s Producer.

If it’s trailers you’re after then there’s the story trailer that revealed the release date, another boss trailer focusing on Oliver Collins, one featuring the Heir of the Ribcage boss, one showing the sword another showcasing the great sword, a video showcasing the great hammer, one featuring the bayonet, one focusing on the NPC companion Jack Rutherford, one on his buddy Eva Roux, another featuring the Invading Executioner boss, one showcasing the Butterfly of Delirium boss, and another focusing on the Insatiable Despot.

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