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You might be wondering about the Mortal Kombat 1 download size, which has apparently leaked recently on Xbox Series X.
Mortal Kombat 1 is the latest game in the MK franchise, developed by NetherRealm and published by Warner Bros Games. With an early access start time kicking off for MK1 shortly, preloads haven’t quite begun. Alongside this, there’s no word on how big exactly the download size is going to be. Without any official confirmation, we’ve only been able to rely on the word of leaks and rumours upon the internet.
With the Xbox Series X download size having apparently leaked, the PC download size is yet to receive much attention. We’re going to keep an eye out for the latest – but we’re going to be able to provide you with the latest information from reliable leaks and sources.
Mortal Kombat 1 download size predictions on PC, Xbox, and PS5
It’s said that the Mortal Kombat 1 download size on Xbox Series X is going to be nearly 140GB of downloaded content, when all the DLC and 4K story content is there. With characters such as Omni-Man and Homelander featuring in the game, there’s plenty of additional content that gamers are going to want to make space for. It’s also reported that the Xbox Series S version of the game will be slightly smaller 101GB – as there is no 4K content here.
However, while that is the case for the Xbox, it’s not clear whether the PC version is going to see a similar treatment. Often game sizes vary between different platforms, and we anticipate the PC version to be slightly smaller. Similarly, we think that the PS5 game will have a similar file size to that of the Xbox game.
We’re going to estimate that the Mortal Kombat 1 PC download size is going to fall between the range of 90GB – 100GB. This is largely based on our Mortal Kombat 1 system requirements which demand at a minimum – 100GB of storage space. The download will likely be slightly smaller than this, with unpacking it extending the size.
We think you’re best off using an SSD for this, as modern games highly benefit from the added loading speeds and times of solid state hardware. You might be interested in the best SSD for gaming in that case.