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Published on September 29th, 2011 | by Bob


>At least you won’t have to swap discs…


Courtesy www.rage.com – pretty sure this might be a quickmeme worthy picture

Want to play RAGE on the 360?  Me neither, but in case your misguided friends do:
Yo dawg I heard you like discs, so I’m gonna add a disc, and another disc.  Enjoy your three discs.

As described, disc one and two will be for single player content, while the third will be for multi-player content. id Software does recommend installing the game to the 360 hard drive if space allows, however the appropriate disc is required to be in the drive.

PS3 owners will fair a little better, as the game and all content fits on a single Blu-ray disc – it will require an 8GB install to the PS3 hard drive.

PC gamers on the other hand, make sure you’ve got at least 25GB free on whatever partition you should choose  to install it on.

In case you missed it, we had posted the RAGE system requirements earlier.

If you need more space, go look for a new drive on www.pcpartpicker.com (completely unaffiliated and unsolicited shameless plug for a great site).

Toms Hardware: Rage Requires 25GB of HDD, 3 Discs for Xbox 360

6 Responses to >At least you won’t have to swap discs…

  1. derp says:


  2. ChodeNation says:

    >And if you don't have any space left just delete some stuff. I highly doubt anyone has a full hard drive and is using everything they have installed.

  3. Ross Geddes says:

    >Isn't WoW like 40GB now? 25GB is nothing.

  4. bpost says:

    >Agreed. Especially in the enthusiast community. 25GB is what, like, 5 or 6 minutes of recording in FRAPS? (trollface.jpg)

  5. Fargo says:

    >Battlefield's around the same size. I think I'll wait a bit on this one. If it's good, I think most people won't even see the 25gb in this age of terabytes.

  6. CharlieTango says:

    >Any idea on whether it would be worth installing to an ssd? How much of a performance increase would you expect to see?



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