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Kingdom Hearts 3 PS4, Xbox One Download File Size

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The long-awaited Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally available now, with the highly-anticipated RPG from Square Enix launching on consoles today. While the game will definitely be on the steeper side when it comes to playtime, the game’s file size thankfully won’t be too demanding on your console’s hard drive.

It has been revealed recently that the game’s PS4 download file size is 37.4 GB, whereas the Xbox One version’s is 35.8 GB. Considering that we’re dealing with an RPG here with dozens of hours of content, it’s very good to see that we won’t have to clear out tons of space like with similar games releasing these days. Those playing on PS4 Pro or Xbox One X also don’t have to worry, as the enhancements for those consoles are already included in the current file size.

This new installment in the series actually marks the end of the current story arc that started all the way back in 2002 with the original release. This will be protagonist Sora’s final game, meaning that this game has a lot of work to do in terms of wrapping everything up. Judging by the reviews that have been released so far, it looks like Square Enix has done a solid job in doing just that.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is available for PS4 and Xbox One, with releases on other platforms being unknown at this point. The developer has talked in the past about the potential of both a PC and Switch port, though nothing has been confirmed at this time. However, now that the game has released on consoles, this gives the developer more time to explore potential releases on other platforms.

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Early Launch of Diablo 4 PS5, PS4 Has License Issues

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Blizzard couldn’t expect it to be flawless, could they? The Ultimate Edition’s four days of early access to Diablo 4 on PS5 and PS4 has caused many license errors. Blizzard may not be able to fix Sony’s issue, which is preventing them from playing.

“We are seeing reports regarding PlayStation users experiencing Invalid License errors,” community manager PezRadar writes. We’re investigating and will update.” PC and Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One players have been able to play since the game launched less than an hour ago, suggesting a Sony flaw.

Only the Ultimate Edition of Diablo 4 has early access, with the full launch on June 6, 2023. After accessing Diablo 4, consult our guide. Do you have licensing issues like PS5, PS4 players?

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Ubisoft’s E3-Style Livestream Is Worth Watching

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A new sizzle reel promises gameplay for games we’ve been waiting for at Ubsoft’s annual Forward showcase on June 12 at 10 am PT / 6 pm BST. Expect live updates on Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and The Crew Motorfest during the French publisher’s spotlight.

Publisher showcases are now commonplace. Over the next week and a half, we’ll be eating well as E3 announces exciting video games.

Ubisoft’s Forward event—what are you hoping to see?

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The PS5 and PS4 narrative adventures The Expanse revives Telltale Games

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The Expanse: A Telltale Series will release its first five episodes on PS5 and PS4 on July 27. New gameplay footage was released in a trailer.

This isn’t the original Telltale team, which imploded two years ago in a twist many saw coming. Deck Nine and LCG Entertainment are developing and publishing The Expanse, a hermit-crabbing game.

If you missed that hot moment when we were swimming in episodic narrative content, your chance is coming. The Expanse: A Telltale Series: your thoughts? Try this doppelganger?

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