Halo 5: Guardians Split-Screen Deleted While Install Size Reveals a Major Problem with Hard Drive Size Consumption, More Details

The seven games on the list above this title are so big that in case you owned each one of them, you wouldn’t be able to install Halo 5 Guardians on your Xbox One before you actually run out of space. In case it’s a full 500GB capacity, you’re covered.

However, Xbox One makes use of three different operating systems and the resultant capacity is somewhere between 350-365GB, depending on the system. Games are getting pretty advanced these days and it’s becoming impossible for the game to run off a disc and at the same time, small install size featured on the PS3 and Xbox 360 are simply unable to process so much date at such a fast rate.

Due to the small hard drive space, most of us have to delete and reinstall games continuously. Meanwhile, the space issues are being solved with the 1TB consoles which are releasing at the moment. However, this is not at all fair on the gamers as console prices are quite high as it is and it is simply difficult for gamers to spend some more and get another external hard drive just to play another title.

Meanwhile, an uncertain element of the Halo 5 multiplayer beta was the inclusion of the new Spartan mechanics. At the same time, the clambering and ground pounding in Spartan Charge did not feel intuitive and feel disturbing. However, at the present, the game felt quite smoother.

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