Let’s check out why the bonus content size in Ghost of Tsushima actually ends up weighing around 22GB. For the unaware, this game is the latest entry to the action-adventure genre for the PS4 console. Released a month ago, it focuses on the Jin Sakai, who happens to be one of the last samurai on Tsushima Island. Set during the first Mongol invasion of Japan in 1274, the game offers pretty intriguing gameplay visuals and impressive combat techniques.
This has resulted in the game gathering quite a lot of fanbase even in such a short span of time. The side quests and the ability to interact with NPC (non-playable characters) adds further brownie points to the game. To deal with deadly enemies, you could make use of katana, kunai, smoke bombs, and stealth. While the game might be challenging for some, its gameplay isn’t difficult to understand. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for the bonus contents that it has to offer.
The huge 22GB bonus that the Ghost of Tsushima has to offer has left quite a lot of gamers stumped. After all, since when the bonus offerings become somewhat equivalent to the size of the game itself. In this tutorial, we will check out the components of this bonus content and will hence investigate the real reason for its mammoth size. Furthermore, we will also address an important question- whether or not one could remove this content from the game, without actually affecting the latter. Follow along.
Why the bonus content size is 22GB in Ghost of Tsushima
So if you are among the set of users who have pre-ordered this game, then you might have been blessed with the bonus contents. But while the game weighs in around 35GB in size, the additional content is itself hefty 22GB. So what exactly are the contents that make up for this considerable size? Well, the contents hold the director’s commentary. Now you might ask how an audio file ends up weighing so heavy?
Although it is a commentary, yet it isn’t just the audio contents that we are talking about. You get a 45-minute long video featuring discussions between the game’s developers. Furthermore, the audio is in top-notch quality and the video itself is of Blu-ray quality. Add up all these and it then makes perfect sense as to the such a large size of this file.
Now we come to a pretty important question- could we remove this bonus content from Ghost of Tsushima? Fortunately, the answer stands in the affirmative. You could easily delete this 22GB content without affecting any of the game’s DLC or its any component as such. However, we just hope that the game developers should have been a little more clear about this ‘optional’ offering. After all, 22GB of size getting occupied on your PS4 is no small amount.
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