Nintendo’s Japanese website has revealed the file sizes for some of the Nintendo Switch’s launch window titles, and they’re hefty, to say the least.
First thing’s first, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will set you back about 14 gigabytes if you download it from the eShop. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will require 7 gigabytes, and both Snipperclips and Puyo Puyo Tetris will only set you back about 1 gigabyte each.
However, the heftiest title seems to be Dragon Quest Heroes I+II. The game is exactly 32 gigabytes, which means you would need a micro SD card to download the title. While the game has no western release quite yet, prepare to cough up the cash for an SD card if you want to play digital.
Nintendo Switch launches March 3rd for 299.99$.