Destiny 2 Lightfall Update File Size Revealed - Prima Games

Destiny 2 Lightfall Update File Size Revealed

Clear up that hard drive space.

by Jesse Vitelli

Destiny 2’s latest expansion Lightfall is on the horizon, and players are able to pre-load the game as of this writing. Of course, with any massive expansion and update, you will have to clear a significant chunk of your hard drive to accommodate all of the space Lightfall will take up. Here is the Destiny 2 Lightfall update file size broken down by each console and PC.

Destiny 2 Lightfall Update File Size Revealed

Depending on which platform you’re playing Lightfall on, the update’s file size will differ. Below you’ll find a list of all of the different platforms that the Destiny 2 Lightfall update is available on.

  • PlayStation 4: 88.21 Gbs – Requires 184.64 Gbs for pre-load
  • PlayStation 5: 102.6 Gbs – Requires 102.6 for pre-load
  • Xbox One: 89.21 Gbs – Requires 89.21 Gbs for pre-load
  • Xbox Series X|S: 108.59 Gbs – Requires 108.59 Gbs for pre-load
  • Steam: 102.6 Gbs – Requires 233.2 Gbs for pre-load
  • Epic Games Store: 101.51 Gbs – Requires 223.2 Gbs for pre-load
  • Microsoft Store: 102.13 Gbs – Requires 102.13 Gbs for pre-load

Related: How to Get Unforgiven in Destiny 2

While these are massive file sizes for any game, Destiny 2 Lightfall brings an entirely new zone, raid, dungeons, and more content for players to sink their teeth into. It’s time that players take on The Witness and discover the fate of The Traveler after all of these years of uncertainty. Bring your best weapon because this is going to be a fight for the ages. Eyes up Guardian.

We have plenty of other guides on Destiny 2 Lightfall to help ensure you’re ready to go when the expansion launches on February 28, 2023.

That’s everything you need to know about the Destiny 2 Lightfall update file size. Don’t go anywhere because Prima Games has everything you’ll need on your Destiny 2 adventure.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.