Legion Gets Massive Update On Xbox Series X

A brand new replace for the open-world action-adventure Watch Canine: Legion is completely large, however not how gamers would count on.

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Launched in October of 2020, Watch Canine: Legion is the third title within the open-world action-adventure collection. Developed by Ubisoft and that includes hacking prominently in its gameplay, Watch Dogs: Legion was launched to respectable however unremarkable critiques, with the sport incomes a 72% ranking on Metacritic for its PC model. The sport was praised for its spectacular depiction of future London and bold “you may play as anybody” method, however criticized for its repetition and poor story as a result of recreation’s lack of a central protagonist.

As with most of its titles as of late, Ubisoft has continued to launch replace after replace for Watch Canine: Legion. These numerous modifications have included multiplayer assist, a 60fps efficiency mode on next-gen consoles, and a recently-added co-op zombie mode titled Legion of the Dead. The latest 5.6 patch, which dropped on September 14, was a completely large replace to the title – for one platform, particularly.

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Sadly, this ‘large replace’ isn’t large when it comes to content material, however fairly file measurement. Regardless of solely that includes a small handful of bug fixes, the replace is clocking in at a bizarrely giant 40.2GBs on the Xbox Sequence S/X consoles. That is practically the file measurement of your entire authentic launch of Watch Canine: Legion.

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To make issues worse, the PlayStation 5 model of Legion‘s replace is downright diminutive compared at 3.2GBs, a lot to the chagrin of Xbox Sequence S/X homeowners. There are just a few attainable theories for this, reminiscent of file storage being dealt with otherwise on the Xbox console regardless that each the Sequence S/X and PS5 use solid-state drives. Maybe there’s a better code rework being performed within the Xbox variant regardless of the patch notes not displaying something completely different.

As file sizes in lots of video games proceed to develop with technological developments, many players are discovering themselves exasperated with their fixed storage points. Complete console storage hasn’t elevated a big quantity because the final era and an increasing number of gamers are transferring to digital libraries, too. It isn’t even simply storage woes both, with titles getting better post-launch assist and plenty of video games like Battlefield 2042 moving to a live-service model, gamers with slower web are discovering it a lot tougher to maintain as much as the regular stream of patches.

Watch Canine: Legion is hardly the worst offender, although. Name of Obligation: Warzone receives fixed giant updates and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s file size continues to balloon out of control, now totaling over 200GBs and taking on about one-third of the PlayStation 5’s cupboard space. Nonetheless, Legion’s large replace measurement on Xbox Sequence S/X is further confounding, being that the sport isn’t even that giant, to start with.

Watch Canine: Legion is obtainable on PC, Stadia, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Sequence S/X.

MORE: Watch Dogs: Legion’s ‘Legion of the Dead’ Update Must Live Up to Red Dead Redemption’s Legacy

Supply: Ubisoft

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