The new game of FIFA for Switch will have a smaller size than its version of last year, despite having many important improvements over the previous one.
The Nintendo Switch eShop has been updated once again to start hosting some of the great releases that are coming to the console in the coming weeks. This update has allowed us to know the weight of games such as Mega Man 11 (2.1GB) or Dragon Ball FighterZ (6.2GB), but especially striking has been the FIFA 19, which will be a total of 13.7GB.
The case of FIFA 19, of which we remind you that we have just published our final impressions from Berlin, has come to our attention because its predecessor, FIFA 18, had a size of 14.3GB on the Nintendo Switch. Neither edition has the way The Way of Alex Hunter, but FIFA 19 is more fluid, has improved graphics and will include new game modes as well as the longed for chance to play with friends, so it is surprising that its weight, instead of increasing, it is reduced. Something that does not have to mean something bad. Everything contario.
We leave you with the rest of the titles added:
• FIFA 19 - 13.7GB
• Dragon Ball Fighter Z - 6.2GB
• Disgaea 1 Complete - 3.2GB
• Big Buck Hunter Arcade - 3.2GB
• Arena of Valor - 2.3GB
• The Midnight Sanctuary - 2.2GB
• Mega Man 11 - 2.1GB
• Wandersong - 1.8GB
• Surgeon Simulator CPR - 1.1GB
• Doughlings: Arcade - 379MB
• Reigns: King & Queens - 252MB
• Omvorm - 83MB
FIFA 19 was released on September 28, now you can check the safe FIFA 19 Coins service is out for the PS4/Xbox One versions.