Wolfenstein Youngblood is being ported to the Nintendo Switch by Panic Button. Here’s how the file size of Wolfenstein Youngblood compares to its predecessor.
Nintendo Switch has a small internal memory so those who don’t have an SD card, or lack a bigger one should be interested in knowing how large is the file size requirement for Wolfenstein Youngblood. According to the Nintendo Switch eShop, the game will require roughly 20.6 GB of space to install.
So how does this compare to the second Wolfenstein which was also ported by Panic Button and launched for the Nintendo Switch? Just to refresh the memory, the file size for Wolfenstein 2 was roughly 21.8 GB so the sequel which is releasing on July 26 is, in fact, a little smaller in file size.
Keep in mind that this file size is for the eShop listing and there might be some updates released later that could bump the number further.
Wolfenstein Youngblood will be out on July 26 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.