Gamers who will be picking their Xbox 360 copy of Battlefield 4 today need to make sure they have at least 2GB of hard drive space available as the game requires a mandatory installation.
Just like the third game in the series, Battlefield 4 on Xbox 360 will come with two discs: one for the single player and one for the multiplayer.
The first time you boot up your game, regardless of which disc you pop inside your Xbox 360, there will be a prompt asking you to download the 2GB of data onto your hard drive. Unfortunately, the game data can only be installed on a hard drive and not through USB drives or any other alternative storage devices.
Those who wishes to improve the performance are free to install the two discs. Doing so will improve load times and reduce random texture popping. By installing the first disc, which is the multiplayer portion of the game, have at least 6.6GB of free space. The single player disc will be at least 5.8GB.
Check back with us later this week for our review of Battlefield 4.