Those looking to play Halo 5: Guardians when it launches Oct. 27 — particularly those who have a downloadable copy — may have some planning to do. The game’s installation size requires “up to 60 GB,” according to packaged versions already circulating. The origin of these images is unclear, though the background would suggest they stem from a retailer or warehouse, among other possibilities. Retail copies of 2012’s Halo 4 also leaked early.
If the images happen to be original, Halo 5 will be one of the heftiest console games out there, and it presents issues for anyone with a standard 500 GB Xbox One and a bunch of games already installed on it — to say nothing of the time it’ll take to pull down all the components of the downloadable version.
In addition to the game’s size, the images also show off Halo 5’s new T-for-Teen rating (past games were rated M-for-Mature), as well as its one-player limit for local play. Halo 5 launches on October 27 exclusively for Xbox One