Both Horizon Forbidden West and Gran Turismo 7 release for PlayStation 5 and PS4 within just a few weeks of each other, and if you plan on having both installed on your internal SSD when the time comes, it looks like the twosome will take a huge chunk out of your overall storage space. The former is currently being pegged at 85.913GB for a US download, and the latest racing simulator is reportedly even bigger: 89.445GB according to PlayStation Game Size.
Just like Aloy's next adventure, the file size scrubbed from the PSN backend is before any day one patches have been applied to the application. The Twitter account in question isn't always bang on with its estimations, but they're generally in the right ballpark. And with the PS5 version falling just short of 90GB, Gran Turismo 7 on PS4 could well weigh in even larger. Sony's Kraken compression system has reduced the size of many PS5 titles in the past.
PlayStation Game Size also states pre-load will be available starting 25th February 2022 ahead of its PS5, PS4 release date of 4th March 2022. Do you currently have enough space on your PS5 SSD to house both titles? If not, share what games you'll delete in the comments below.