Honestly i do think halo 5 would bring the size of MCC up too high but I personally would not mind it being ported and sold standalone on PC.Fingergun112 wrote:The problem you have to remember is the Xbox One folks with the measly 500 GB HDD and the Xbox One OS itself takes up about 140 GBs right there. so your left with around 360 GBs + 200 GBs from the MCC as a whole (if Halo 5 joins MCC) and your left with only 140 GBs left, not pertaining to any other apps or game on the HDD itself! Plus if you wanted to save anything big on it, your quickly pretty soon running out of space with that drive. At this point, it would be best to keep it standalone so the Xbox crowd doesn't need to migrate to the MCC to play Halo 5 if it ever to come to there (which 343 said its not happening) and they can just keep play Halo 5 as is. Also with the MCC, most folks like me, would want all games installed at once from the whole product. Also you have to remember it really would not make sense for 343 to have two multiplayer environments for Halo 5, one for MCC and one as the standalone title, would divide up the Halo 5 community for no reason. Its better to keep to the Xbox One community on there for this.Raz Raptre wrote:I don't understand the size argument. Even if it brings the total game size to 200GBit doesn't seem like that big of a deal. Unless I'm mistaken, you can pick and choose which games to download and install. If you have no space left, could you just not uninstall a couple of them? What's the problem?
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