Battlefield 4 Xbox 360 Will Be On Two Discs, Has Sizeable Install

Battlefield 4 on Xbox 360 will come on two discs, and leave gamers with a considerable install cost should they wish to experience the current generation version of DICE’s prestigious shooter in all its glory.

At first boot all players will be required to install 2 GB of content to their 360’s hard drive. In addition to this however, each disc has its own additional, optional install to help optimize gameplay, which EA “highly recommend”.


The game’s multiplayer disc touts some 6.6 GB of data which it feels would be better placed on your hard drive, with the single player component – on disc 2 – offering a slightly more manageable 5.8 GB.

Battlefield 4 is set to launch on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC November 1st, with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions to follow later in the month with each respective console’s launch.

You can check out the brand new trailer for the game below.

Source: EA FAQ



  1. When xbone is released I wonder whether Sony will release a news bite to the sound of “Welcome to BluRay!”.

  2. Though I doubt there is many being used, imagine having an original 20gb xbox360. You wouldn’t be able to install it cos the actual size of the hard drive was 13gb

  3. Wonder how big the next gen versions will be then.

  4. So my 4Gig 360 isn’t designed to handle this game then. Its like being back to the PC days when id have to upgrade every now and then just to play the latest games.

  5. Any idea what the install will be for the PS3?

    • Had a scout last night, but unfortunately couldn’t find any PlayStation info, sorry. I’ve asked EA for confirmation, but currently have had no response.

      Keep checking TSA and as soon as we know, you’ll know.

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