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With God of War Ragnarok’s release almost upon us, Kratos and Atereus’ latest adventure is one that people are definitely wanting to play the moment it gets live.
As an even bigger epic than the previous game, many gamers will be looking to preload the game ahead of time to ensure the game’s on their consoles the moment it goes live.
Here’s everything you need to know about the God of War Ragnarok preload.
God of War: Ragnarok preload time
God of War Ragnarok is available to preload right now on the PlayStation Store. So if you’ve pre-ordered digitally, launch your PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 and get downloading now.
Head to the game’s page on the PlayStation Store, and if you’ve already put your preorder money down, the pre-order button should now say “Download”.
Choose if you want the PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 (if you’ve opted for the version of the game with both) and then download the relevant version to your console’s hard drive.
God of War: Ragnarok preload file size
You’ll need around 100GB for PS5 & 111GB for PS4 of free storage space for installation, it has been confirmed.
This makes it roughly twice as large as 2018’s God of War, which required around 45 GB of storage.
Bear in mind that there could be updates to improve day one performance too – but on our PS5 the game clocks in at 84.15GB of space.
Remember, if you do buy the PS4 version but want to eventually play on PS5, you’ll be able to upgrade at a cost. You can find out how to upgrade God of War Ragnarok right here.
God of War Ragnarok will launch on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on November 9, 2022. If you’ve not read our review yet, you can do so here.
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