Ever since Nintendo unveiled the Switch’s measly 32 GB of internal storage, a problem for digital game buyers has been whether or not they need to buy a separate SD card. While there have only been a few big games so far, as the library begins to expand, expect to see titles get larger and larger.
On the topic, it looks like we know the file size for <em>Splatoon 2</em>. Coming in at 5.5 GB, this game will take up a decent amount of storage.
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If you’re a digital buyer, have you upgraded storage yet? Comment below, let us know.
<em>Splatoon 2</em> will be released on July 21, 2017.
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