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Titanfall PC and Xbox One Install Size Discrepancy Explained
The Escapist forum user Mr.Tea has broken a bit of interesting information regarding the install size of the PC version of Titanfall as compared to the Xbox One version. Currently, the PC version installs 50GB of data to the host machine, compared to the Xbox One’s approximately 20GB.
The difference, as explained in the screenshot captured by Mr.Tea, boils down to the huge amount of language and sound data that is installed on the PC version. The language pack, when unpacked onto the PC, takes up a massive 35GB of hard drive space. The audio package includes localizations for every language included with the game, which includes not only English, but also French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian and Japanese. Traditional Chinese, Brazilian and Korean will be supported with subtitles.
Titanfall officially releases on Xbox One and Windows PC March 11 in North America, March 13 in the EU and Australia and March 14 in the UK and New Zealand. The Xbox 360 version follows a week after on March 25 in the North America and March 28 in the EU. Differences in the game since beta are expected, and have been leaked recently.