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Massive Titanfall install is required on slower PCs

12
Mar
2014

Respawn found a way to offer gamers a better Titanfall gameplay experience on slower PCs, although that means buyers should have plenty of storage on their hard drives to install a massive 48GB version of the game. That’s 31GB more than the Xbox One install that comes in at 17GB, and it all has to do with audio files, Eurogamer has learned. In order to prevent CPUs on low-end PCs from having to deal with audio decompression, Respawn decided to have all the uncompressed audio saved on the PC’s drive. Of the 48GB PC install on those machines, 35GB is uncompressed audio. “Yeah, basically when you download the game or the disc itself, it’s a lot smaller than that,” Respawn

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