The new installation of Fortnite is now live and details have been revealed regarding Chapter 2 Season 7.
The time left for Season 6 and the Primal episode has now expired, with the gaming community already getting stuck into the intergalactic experience that Epic have brought to the forefront.
That being said, with a new season comes a number of significant updates and in-game tweaks that will inevitably focus on bug fixes, weapon balancing and potential glitches as well as new content.
With this in mind, it can also take up significant amounts of space on respective platforms. Some of which can be more inconvenient than others due to the insufficient storage space that some devices may have in comparison to others.
This means that the effort of deleting games to redownload others can become a chore, especially when the likes of PlayStation Now and Xbox Game Pass are not being used.
When it comes to Fortnite, each download package will vary depending on how notable the updates implemented are.
Here is everything you need to know regarding the technical capacity for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7:
Epic have now revealed how much space will be required for respective platforms to operate Season 7 of Fortnite.
Mobile devices and Nintendo Switch, however, will vary depending on the additional patches that are implemented.
The respective sizes will be listed here once revealed by the game’s developers.
- PlayStation 5 – 3.922GB
- PS4 – 5.419GB
- Xbox Series X/S – 6.4GB
- Xbox One – 6.38GB
- PC – 7.77GB
- iOS – TBC
- Android – TBC
- Nintendo Switch – TBC
This article will be updated as soon as more information emerges.
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