Ghost of Tsushima looks great for many reasons, but prime among them is that gorgeous open world. The island of Tsushima seems like a beautiful place to explore, and the feudal era setting should make it a compelling backdrop. Of course, open world games do have one downside -- they usually have a hefty file size, and it seems Sucker Punch's latest is no different.
Over on the PlayStation Store listing, it states you'll need a minimum of 50GB free space in order to install the PS4 exclusive. That's quite a chunk of hard drive real estate. If you're still rocking an original PS4 with its default HDD, this game is going to consume at least 10 per cent of its storage capacity.
Having said that, most major games are around this size nowadays -- and some are way bigger. Funnily enough, The Last of Us: Part II is going to double the size of Ghost of Tsushima, taking up at least 100GB of hard drive space. If you're planning on picking up both of these titles, you may need to have a spring clean of your digital goodies.