If you buy your games digitally on the Wii U, chances are you’re highly aware of how much space you have left on your console if you haven’t invested in another form of storage. With only 32GB of storage available in the largest SKU option, buying just one or two games digitally can leave you with very little space. If you plan on buying Hyrule Warriors digitally when it comes out, you’ll be happy to know that the game occupies only 7.8GB of space, which is much less than some previous games released.
Hyrule Warriors takes 7.8GB of space on the console/HDD. DLC confirmed, obviously.
— Lite Agent (@lite_agent) July 31, 2014
Obviously if DLC is released for the game and you plan on buying it, this will bump up the final install price. You don’t have to worry about space requirements if you’re not buying the game digitally, but if you are, remember that Amazon has a great deal on Wii U compatible hard drives right now.
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