Disney’s new racer from Blackrock Studio, Split/Second, hits the PlayStation 3 this week, arriving in the US on May 18th and in Europe on May 21st. Split/Second’s hard drive requirements have have also been revealed on the official box art. The game requires a massive 7GB of space in order to play the game, that’s 2GB more than the average game.
Though, after installing the actual file size is around 3.7 GB. It could be that the additional free space is required for gamedata and future DLC.
It still surprises us how games like God of War III and Final Fantasy XIII can make do without installing data and still run well with amazing graphics and HD resolution, while other games (like this) require so much space on the hard drive.