UPDATE: A previous version mistakenly reports the DLC launches on April 18.
Tomorrow marks the launch of Horizon Forbidden West’s DLC, Burning Shores, marking the debut of Aloy’s new companion character, Seyka. Everyone has a take on this new DLC, whether they’re for it or they’re part of those who loathe it over it not making it to the PS4.
But let’s face it, a big thing is going to be how much of our precious storage space is going to take up. Turns out, it’s a fair bit larger than its precursor’s DLC. As reported by PlayStation Game Size, it will mark 16.763 GB in the UK, though its final amount should be about 15 GB in the US, and 14.921 GB in Japan.
We still aren’t fully aware of how much content will truly be in Burning Shores, though, with the file size being nearly double Horizon Zero Dawn’s The Frozen Wilds, it will likely have a similarly lengthy story, alongside side stuff to do and a whole new area to explore.
Priced at $19.99, Burning Shores will be available tomorrow.
🚨 Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores
🟨 Download Size : 16.763 GB
🟦 Release Date : April 19
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— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) April 16, 2023