The Xbox One X is nearly upon us, two days away to be exact, and several games are already receiving their upgrade patches before the 7th so that you can be ready to game on launch day. These patches update the titles visually, including game resolution (Xbox One X supports 4K and HDR), textures, and texture filtering. Both Halo Wars 2 and Halo 5: Guardians were on the receiving end of these updates just days ago, and now its Quantum Break‘s turn, but not without a little preparation first.
Spotted by Reddit userTorbold, Quantum Break‘s One X Enhancement patch comes in at a whopping 94.7 GB, and this is on top of the 8 GB that the game itself requires. But that’s not where things end, because those who opt for the included TV show are looking at about another 75 GB, bringing your grand total to about 178 GB. Luckily however, the TV show is optional, and you can choose to stream it as opposed to downloading the video files onto your console. Quantum Break is generally well reviewed, but coming in at nearly a fifth of your new consoles memory may be a bit much.
While Xbox One games are receiving their update patches to take advantage of the new consoles beastly specs, Microsoft also revealed that they would be adding Xbox One X specific enhancements to four backward compatible Xbox 360 games, including Halo 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Assassin’s Creed.
You can still preorder the Xbox One X here.