Resident Evil 4 Will Need 12GB of Storage to Install Successfully
Resident Evil 4 is set to arrive on Oculus Quest 2 on October 21 and users will need close to 12Gb of storage to successfully install it.
Resident Evil 4 will reportedly take up approximately 7.8GB of storage on Quest 2 headset once it is successfully installed but players will need around 11.51GB of available space in order to download and install the app according to its listing on Oculus store.
This is much less than the Medal of Honor: Above And Beyond set to release later in the year and which will require a record 40 to 45Gb of space. This much space will barely fit the entry level Quest 2 headset which has 64GB of space. The Oculus Quest system software takes up about 11.3GB of space. This leaves roughly 52.7Gb of usable space on the original headset for use in both games and other content. It will be tricky fitting in Medal of Honor and Resident Evil 4 on the same 64Gb headset and these two are Facebook’s biggest releases this year so many players will be eager to try them out.
Facebook is now selling the 128Gb and the 256GB models of the Oculus Quest 2 headsets. They retail at $299 and $399 respectively. Later in the month, Facebook is set to host the Facebook Connect event which will lay out the tech giant’s next steps for AR and VR. It isn’t clear yet what this will be about. In the previous Facebook connect events, the company had announced key details of its standalone Virtual Reality headsets. It is also possible that we might see major new game announcements for the Quest platform at the event this year. However, the company has been categorical that its high-end in-development Quest Pro headset will not be launching this year.