Retail Xbox version of Control Ultimate Edition will require a network connection - all content will not fit on disc

Retail Xbox version of Control Ultimate Edition will require a network connection – all content will not fit on disc


User Twitter under the pseudonym DoesItPlay drew the attention of its subscribers to a warning on the cover of the physical edition of Control Ultimate Edition for Xbox consoles about the need for an Internet connection.

As DoesItPlay reports with a link to unconfirmed messages, without connecting the Xbox version of the retail Control Ultimate Edition does not allow you to go beyond the entrance elevator and requires an update.

The publisher of the project, 505 Games, explained on its official website that in this case the need for an Internet connection is explained by the lack of free disk space for Xbox consoles.

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“Control Ultimate Edition and its addons are over 50GB, so we couldn’t fit everything on a disc for the Xbox. Thanks to Microsoft’s Intelligent Delivery technology, we added some more content to disk and left the rest for download. “, – stated in 505 Games.

At the same time, in the case of the PlayStation 4, the disk for which, as a rule, also does not fit more than 50 GB, a similar problem did not arise. The publisher explained this “Compression and other factors”

505 Games also reassured all concerned that once the forced download of the remaining content is complete, it will no longer need to be online to play Control.

The Ultimate Edition is available on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PS4 and Xbox One. As a reminder, only owners of this edition can count on a free Control upgrade to versions for upcoming consoles.

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