Saturday, October 23rd, 2021

The file size of Metroid Dread is smaller than originally thought

Details updated on Nintendo’s official website revealed the initial file size of Metroid Dread, which is actually much smaller than initially expected.

The Nintendo website lists Metroid Dread for pre-order shortly after the game is released at E3 this year, showing that the final file size will be 6.9GB.As discovered by now Nintendo Everything, That number has been changed to just 4.1GB in the US, and the size has decreased by about 40%. By the way, in Europe, the file size is a little large at 4.2GB.

This last-minute resizing is not uncommon. For example, the Nintendo Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury list just before launch showed a similar reduction in file size, but not the cause of the reduction. Known, don’t worry.Changes are much more likely due to late development improvements and compression (Nintendo) wonderful at), not a cut of content.

This list is compatible with Metroid Dread in TV mode, desktop mode, and handheld mode, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, and English. We have also confirmed that it supports.