Clear your drives, partner! Red Dead Redemption 2 will take a passel of space.


Red Dead Redemption 2 launches in a little under a month on consoles, and you’re probably going to want to make some room on your hard drives. Rockstar’s western epic may require over 100 gigabytes of space on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The news comes from a Target listing for a PlayStation 4 Pro bundle, via Rockstar Intel, that notes the whopping 105GB of space needed for the game. The box text also claims that Red Dead Online (the 1800’s version of GTA Online) will support up to 32 players at the same time, an increase of two cowboys from GTA Online’s 30-player max. Giddy-up!

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at


Make sure your DRVSPACE.SYS and DRVSPACE.BIN are updated to MSDOS 6.22 versions!


Bah. Real gamers are still using Stacker 4.0. Better compression and faster.


I don’t know if this is the right place to post this. But I found a reference fo Quarter to Three in this youtube video.