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The Last Of Us Part 2 will take up 100 GB minimum in space

You might need a hard drive clear out before the arrival of The Last Of Us Part 2, with the file sizes and pre-order details now confirmed.

The Last Of Us Part 2 is on the near horizon once again after receiving a new June release date, but we may need to consider clearing out some significant hard drive space. 

Naughty Dog’s highly anticipated sequel is now back up for pre-order on the official PlayStation website, which gives some specifications on how big the title truly is. 

Towards the bottom of the page, the listing states: “1 player. 2 discs. 100 GB minimum.”

It was previously known The Last Of Us Part 2 will span two blu-ray discs, so it’s perhaps unsurprising it’ll take up a huge amount of space - almost rivalling Red Dead Redemption 2’s whopping 150 GB. 

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The Last Of Us Part 2 releases in June (Picture: Sony)

This is also before the game has received any patches or updates, so this number could balloon a lot higher depending on any adjustments. 

The Last Of Us Part 2 was set to be released on 29th May until it was indefinitely delayed due to logistical issues. It will now release on 19th June 2020 after a new release date was announced. 

The game has also suffered numerous leaks in recent weeks, which reveal significant story details. 

The Last Of Us Part 2 releases 19th June 2020 on PlayStation 4.

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