New Legend of Zelda Will Use Nearly Half of Switch Hard Drive
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will use over 40% of the Nintendo Switch’s hard drive space, Gamespot have recently reported.
The Nintendo Switch includes 32 gigabytes of internal hard drive space, an unknown amount of which will be used by the system itself. We now know that the highly anticipated launch title will need 13.4GB to be installed onto the system, which means that the game will use around 41.9% of the Switch’s internal space. This won’t be as much of an issue if you decide to buy a microSDXC card, which may become vital by the end of the year.
Breath of the Wild will also be releasing on the WiiU alongside the launch of the Switch. The last Legend of Zelda Nintendo released was Tri-Force Heroes, which came to the 3DS in October 2015.
The Legend of Zelda is one of five games that will be available to the Nintendo Switch on launch. Included in the lineup is 1-2 Switch, Just Dance 2017, Skylanders Imaginators and Super Bomberman R. An expanded version of Mario Kart 8 and the brand new Super Mario Odyssey will release of the platform later in 2017.