Destruction AllStars is launching tomorrow as part of the February 2021 PlayStation Plus free games lineup, but it’s technically already out in New Zealand due to the time difference, which means we now know how much space it’ll take up on your PS5 hard drive.
The good news? Not much. Destruction AllStars, according to Reddit user Caenir, is approximately 28.32GB in size. When compared to the likes of Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War, this isn’t at all taxing on the console’s hard drive.
Destruction AllStars is the next major PS5-exclusive title lined up for Sony’s new home console, and will receive at least one year’s worth of post-launch content. The game’s full Trophy list can also been seen here.
Annoyingly, Destruction AllStars features some controversial use of microtransactions that locks story challenges behind a paywall.