Word got out that Killzone Shadowfall will be a whopping 50 GBs large. That's over one tenth of the PS4's HDD space. Looks like the new much higher resolution textures are going to make true next gen games flippin' massive in size. Is that an issue for you?
PSN got a lot faster in recent times. Yesterday, I've downloaded a 600 MB patch in the time it took me to pour a cup of coffee, and get a cookie from the kitchen. Bandwidth isn't really an issue anymore for me, now that things are working out on Sony's side of things as well. Especially with the possibility of pre-loading games and initiate downloads from mobiles on-the-go, as well as downloading during stand-by state overnight.
But hot damn. 50 GBs is a lot of HDD space and a lot of download volume. Luckily there aren't any volume caps around my parts, but that's far from true for a lot of other places. Even without cap, I'd rather not deal with 50+ GB downloads, especially when I only have slightly less than 500 GBs of HDD space total per default in my launch day PS4.
I was totally pondering buying all my games on an all-digital basis, because I much prefer the digital library format over cramming shelves with boxes, but this is kinda throwing me for a loop. If 50+ GBs is the new average, I might not opt to go all-digital. I guess I'll continue to get big games the oldfashioned way.
How about you?