Destiny will soon require a staggering 60GB of free space on Xbox One and PS4, developer Bungie has announced.
An updated system requirements page for the roleplaying first-person shooter confirms that a mandatory 18GB update will release on September 8, ahead of the launch of DLC expansion The Taken King on September 15. Users will be forced to download the update in order to continue playing the game, regardless of whether or not they intend to purchase the new content pack.
Meanwhile, PS3 and Xbox 360 users will have to find 30GB of free space in order to install the game, which may render it inaccessible on older consoles with a reduced storage capacity. Bungie has advised customers who don’t have enough room to install the game to upgrade either their hard drive or console.
The Destiny 2.0 update features a rehauled leveling system, numerous weapon balancing adjustments, and the replacing of Peter Dinklage by Nolan North as the voice of Ghost.