The Last Of Us 2 PS4 File Size Revealed, And You May Want To Clear Some Space

The file size for Naughty Dog's much-anticipated PS4-exclusive has been revealed.

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A listing for The Last of Us: Part II on the PlayStation website reveals some key details about the much-anticipated PS4-exclusive pertaining to its file size and installation details.

Players who buy the game digitally may need to clear up some space on their hard drives, as The Last of Us: Part II will require at least 100 GB of free space. This makes it the biggest-ever PlayStation exclusive, surpassing the file sizes of God of War, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and Spider-Man, according to GamesRadar. If the game's latest story trailer is anything to go by, it just might be worth the space it takes up on your storage device, however. Be warned: It's extremely gory and gruesome.

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The PlayStation listing also specifies that those picking up a physical copy of The Last of Us: Part II will receive a box that includes two discs. It's thought that, like with Final Fantasy VII Remake and Red Dead Redemption 2 before it, the first disc is for installing the game and the second is for playing.

The Last of Us: Part II was originally slated for release in May but Sony delayed the game indefinitely due to the global environment and how it was impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Recently, Sony announced that, due an an "ease in the global distribution environment," the company is committing to releasing The Last of Us: Part II on June 19.

Serious and significant spoilers for The Last of Us: Part II have leaked online ahead of release, so be careful on the internet.

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