The Xbox One version of Titanfall will require "up to" 40GB of hard drive space to install, Microsoft and Electronic Arts announced today.
The news comes from the fine print of the Titanfall Xbox One bundle announcement, which notes the file size for the first time. Titanfall's install size is close to that of other major shooters like Battlefield 4 (33GB) and Call of Duty: Ghosts (39GB).
Titanfall also requires Xbox Live Gold, as it is a multiplayer-only shooter. The Xbox One Titanfall bundle includes a one-month Xbox Live Gold card; after that, you'll need to pay $10/month or $60/year to continue playing.
Developed by a team of former Call of Duty designers, including Infinity Ward cofounder Vince Zampella, Titanfall launches March 11 for Xbox One and PC. An Xbox 360 version--developed externally at Bluepoint Games--will launch two weeks later on March 25.
For more on Titanfall, be sure to check out our feature, The Next Big Game: Titanfall, which includes exclusive interviews, previews, and videos for the game.