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Outriders Download & Install Size (PC & Consoles)

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Outriders is People Can Fly’s new drop-in-drop-out co-op sci-fi shooter. If you’re unsure whether it’s your kind of jam, then good news! There’s a demo you can download that runs you through the prologue and opening chapter. For those ready for the full experience, this guide will run you through what Outriders install size is on PC and consoles.

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Outriders Download Size on PC & Consoles

Update 04/01/21: The full Outriders game is out now, and we’ve updated this guide with all Outriders install sizes across PC and consoles below:

  • PS4/ PS5: 39.56 GB
  • Xbox One/ Xbox Series X|S: 49.4 GB
  • PC: 42.4 GB (70 GB Minimum Free Space Required on Steam)

Update 02/25/21: The Outriders demo is now live and is 18.91 GB on Xbox Series X|S, 19.23 GB on Xbox One and 18.523 GB on PS5. On PC, the demo install size is 22.26 GB.

Original Article: The developer did mention that the file sizes could increase above these minimums after decompression, so you’ll want to make sure you’ve got a fair amount of space free on your system ahead of Feb. 25 when the demo goes live.

Can You Preload the Demo?

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to preload the demo, either, so you’ll have to wait until the official release time to begin your download. The demo can be downloaded from the Xbox Store, PlayStation Store, or via Steam on PC on Feb. 25 at the specified release times.

The good news is that the Outriders demo is set to be available even after the game officially launches on April 1, meaning there’s no rush for you to power through its content.

That’s everything you need to know regarding the Outriders download size on PC and consoles. Looking for more on the game? Search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.

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