Day one patches for games are not uncommon nowadays, particularly from bigger studios who have the manpower to identify and fix issues after a game has gone gold but before said game has released. Ubisoft have revealed the patch sizes for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 and we'll warn you now, if you're looking forward to the upcoming looter shooter, you might want to make some space, especially for those of you on PS4. Full of big fixes and improvements, "Title Update 1" will be anywhere between 48-52GB on Xbox One and PC, depending on the region and preferred language. Rather large, and yet, that's almost merciful compared to the PS4 version of the update which comes in at a whopping 88-92GB, which has to be up there as one of the biggest patch sizes on the platform. In addition, all platforms will have a (much smaller, thankfully) "Title Update 1.5" coming in at 2GB dedicated to fixing audio issues found during the game's recent open beta.
You'll want to make some space — and maybe pray to your internet provider for good luck — before Tom Clancy's The Division 2 releases on March 15th.
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