Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is reportedly 70GB+ on PS5

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Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origins will reportedly weigh over 70GB on PS5, and pre-loads will begin two days before launch.

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That’s according to newly published information today on Twitter on January 13 from @PlayStationSize, an account that scours the PlayStation database looking for new entries. Apparently, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin’s entry on the PSN database has just been updated to reveal that it will weigh 71.5GB in a day without a patch.

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Additionally, the pre-load period for players on the PS5 (and potentially PS4) consoles will begin just two days before launch on March 13th. All things considered, this doesn’t give players a lot of time to download all the 70+GB consoles. Final Fantasy Origins launched in less than 48 hours, and it’s a patch without a potential day over-the-top.


In case you’ve been in the dark about the action-packed new game, it’s a joint venture between Square Enix and NIOH developer Team Ninja. The former is writing a story steeped in the lore of the original Final Fantasy, while the latter is bringing its combat-development expertise from the two Nioh games to bear, turning it into a brutal combat gauntlet that takes place before the first Final Fantasy game. Used to be. ,

Last year, Square Enix rolled out a PS5-exclusive demo for Final Fantasy Origins, introducing the protagonist Jack and his mission to kill. Disorder at any cost. According to creative director Tetsuya Nomura, in addition to the new ones, we’ll see at least one character we didn’t expect. Final Fantasy Origins may take cues from the first game in the historical series, but that doesn’t mean Nomura is up to his old storytelling twists and tricks.

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go to us Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin Preview From 2021 to see what we built from the original demo.

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