Control is an action-adventure title that follows Jesse Faden, a new director behind Federal Bureau of Control. The FBC is a paranormal investigation team in New York and players are left to clean up an unexpected mess during Jesse’s first day on the job. It’s become quite the anticipated video game release but we’re still a couple of weeks away from its official launch.
In this upcoming title, players will need to set aside some room on their storage drives and we now know just how much space you’ll need if you’re planning to play the game on the Xbox One platform. Microsoft’s recent store listing for the game revealed that Control will require at a total of 34.77 GB of storage.
While you start to get ready for the game storage wise, you’ll want to know that it’s still uncertain as to what Remedy Entertainment has planned for post-launch content. Recently we learned that the development team is planning on a photo mode for players to make use out of the in-game scenery, but we’re not entirely sure what else may make its way into the video game.
Regardless, this is not the only platform Control will be releasing on. For those interested in the game, Control is set to launch on August 27, 2019, for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms. For PC players, you can check out the system requirements for the game right here.