Next Level Games' Mario Strikers: Battle League launches this Friday, and fans got their first hands-on with the game's online play over the weekend. But just how big are the numbers for the upcoming outlandish soccer game?
Well, it seems like you won't need to make a ton of room for the game's initial kick-off, as Mario Strikers will take up 1.8GB of your Switch's storage. That's... not much! Not far off of Mario Tennis Aces' 2GB at launch, but a little off of Mario Golf: Super Rush's initial 4.2GB size.
Of course, we know the Battle League will be getting some free post-launch updates which will likely buffer that file size up a bit. But it's good to know that you likely won't need to make a whole lot of space for what's shaping up to be a cracker of a game.
Mario Strikers: Battle League launches on 10th June, so you've not got long to get your kit ready in time to hit the pitch this Friday. if you haven't already pre-ordered the game, we've got you covered, including an exclusive deal for our UK/EU readers, who can get 10% off the game from our store by using code NLIFE10 at checkout!
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We were lucky enough to get some of our own hands-on time with the game a couple of weeks ago, and we're pretty impressed with what we've seen so far. Check out our thoughts below!
Will you be picking up Mario Strikers: Battle League on Friday? Let us know in the comments!