Zelda: Breath of the Wild File Size Is 40% of Switch's Storage
GameSpot - Saturday, 14 January 2017 (5 days ago)
Buying The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild digitally will take up 13.4 GB, over 40% of the Switch's 32 GB of internal storage. Its file size is slightly smaller on Wii U at 13 GB. Subscribe to GameSpot! http://youtube.com/GameSpot?sub_confirmation=1 Visit all of our channels: Features & Reviews - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpot Video Game Trailers - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotTrailers Movies, TV, & Comics - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotUniverse Gameplay & Guides - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotGameplay Mobile Gaming - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotMobile Like - http://www.facebook.com/GameSpot Follow - http://www.twitter.com/GameSpot http://www.gamespot.com
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