GTA fans worried about whether they'll be able to download sixth game on their console
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Fans of the Grand Theft Auto series of games are worried their consoles won't have enough memory space to download the game.
Rockstar will release the trailer very soon and their announcement that a sneak peek at GTA 6 is coming has left fans of the popular gaming series absolutely ecstatic.
A new Grand Theft Auto game is coming and hopefully it won't be too long of a wait between the first trailer next month and an actual release date.
Rumours swirling around GTA 6 suggest it could be coming late 2024 or early 2025, and that it'll be available on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
It might not be such good news for those with older consoles as they might not have the hardware required to play the upcoming Grand Theft Auto game.
However, even those with state of the art consoles are getting a bit worried that they're not going to have the space to download GTA 6 when it arrives.
Back in the olden days games would come on a disk and you'd store your saves in a memory card, but over time the console stored more and more of this information on its own hard drive.
With the ballooning size of games the space they're taking up on your consoles is becoming ridiculous.
These days it's a running battle of installing and uninstalling your games to make space for new releases and shuffle old favourites back into your library when you want to play them.
With that in mind a game as huge as GTA 6 is likely to take up one hell of a large spot on your console, with some gamers worried they just won't have the space.
"It's all good until GTA 6 wants 250GB of your storage," one wrote in response to Rockstar's announcement that a trailer was coming.
Someone else joked 'half of y'all don't even have the storage space to download GTA 6', while a third lamented that 'my pc won't be able to run it'.
This is a game that's going to put your PC or console through its paces so if you're not packing something able to handle modern games you might be in trouble.
Another posted a picture of a very surprised boxer and captioned it 'when GTA 6 announces that it's gonna take up 1TB of storage'.
As much as you might be raring to play the upcoming GTA game when it releases it's likely that many of you will be forced to uninstall some of your favourites to make way for it.