7 games that take up a lot of internal space on your cell phone

The reasons why a game can take up a lot of space vary widely. As the mobile gaming industry advances, it is artistically possible to be delivered and studios invest heavily in increasingly realistic characters and settings, impeccable soundwork and fascinating open worlds, demanding exploration.

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    Canaltech has separated some of the games that most require internal space on your device and, for the reason that for, it’s good that he can take the hit, because these titles are not for fun. Adapting Batman’s phrase: “Your cell phone bleeds? It’s going to bleed.”

    Genshin Impact

  • Compatibility: Android, iOS

  • Price:

    free (internal purchases optional)
  • Size:

    about 25 GB for Android and 14 GB to iOS (version 2.1)

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    charming. The impact was such that it took the title to The Game Awards (TGA), the industry’s largest annual award. While on computers and consoles the game occupies an acceptable space, on cell phones they consume a high percentage of capacity.

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    To travel through Teyvat, the player downloads a base file, about 311 MB on Android and 4GB for iOS, but before signing in is required download the full version via the server, resulting in more than 26 GB of space consumed. The game is beautiful, deserves attention and should be consumed by everyone who enjoys games and when you embark on the adventure you understand the busy size.

    Embarking on an adventure through Teyvat demands a lot of your cell phone memory (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)

    Call of Duty: Mobile

      Compatibility:

      Android, iOS

    Price:

    free (internal purchases optional)
  • Size:

    about 3.2GB for Android and 4GB for iOS (version 1.0.

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    Call of Duty is one of the first games that comes to mind when we think of the shooter, action sub-genre. Like it or not, the title has a huge fan base and its mobile version has an absurd visual quality, plus customizable controls that fit perfectly with mobile devices, but the cost is high, very high!

    The default size of the game is between 3 and 4 GB, depending on the system you use, but to access all the content, weapons, characters and different maps that Activision brings you need to perform internal downloads, with this the impact on internal memory reaches more than 9 GB. You can select what you want or not to download, but even not choosing everything, the use is huge.

    Becoming a soldier in the Activison title requires a lot of memory from your cell phone (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)

    Dead by Daylight

  • Compatibility:

    Android, iOS

  • Price:

    (optional internal purchases)

  • Size:

    about 3.7 GB for both platforms (version 5.0)

  • Inspired by classic horror movies, some striking characters are even in the game, Dead by Daylight is a cooperative game that pits four survivors on one side against the killer on the other across multiple maps. It is necessary to fix generators to escape in this intense game of hide and seek.

    Behaviour is constantly working on updates, in recent months changing the look of the maps, which overloads the game — which in its standard version is already close to 4 GB. But, when entering the game for the first time, it is necessary to download files that make the game with more than 6 GB. Running away from the killer with your friends is harder for your cell phone, that’s for sure.

    Play as an assassin or survivor in this fun and intense game of hide and seek, if you have room to clear (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Captura de screen)

    LifeAfter

    Compatibility:

    Android, iOS

    Price:

    free (internal purchases optional)
  • Size:

    about 3.4GB for Android and 3.8GB for iOS (version 1.0.

  • for Android and 1.0.200 for iOS)
  • One more survival title on the list, only instead of assassins the player needs to flee from zombies in a post-apocalyptic world that finds exploration through the different constructed biomes. Not only is the world made of beings wanting to eat your brain, it is also possible to meet other players to survive together. weapons or characters, but graphic. It’s interesting to see that the title offers two experiences to attract the greatest number of users, but playing in HD raises the expense of internal memory to almost 6GB. It is worth it? Okay, it’s a world rich in details, if your cell phone has room to spare.

    Increasing the graphics capacity results in a heavier title for your cell phone memory (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screencapture)

    Republique

  • Compatibility:

    Android, iOS
  • Price:

    free first chapter (full game for R$ 14,90 for Android and R$ 39,90 for iOS
  • Size:

    about 3.7GB for Android and 3.2GB for iOS (version 6.1)

  • République is a title that mixes puzzles with stealth

    very much in the style of the Metal Gear series. The gameplay is interesting and the artwork constantly breaks the fourth wall, which makes the game something refreshing in the industry. In addition, République has great dubbing names, filling the universe with authenticity.

    But as everything in life has a price, Camouflaj’s title occupies a beautiful internal space, bordering on 4 GB. The game works like Life is Strange, where the first chapter is free and the others need to be purchased. This wouldn’t be a problem if the player didn’t have to download the full game even though they couldn’t access all the parts. This does not take away the quality of the game, but your memory that fights.

    Helping Hope in this intense spy game is a difficult task for your cell phone memory (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screencapture)

    CSR Racing 2

  • Compatibility:

    Android, iOS

  • Price:

    free (internal purchases optional)

  • Size:

    about 3GB for Android and 3.6GB for iOS (version 3.0.2)

    CSR is a mobile racing game that speeds players through the streets with a wide choice of cars, from the most common brands to legendary automakers like Ferrari or McLaren. The game is amusing, but what draws attention is the realism of the title when using high-level rendering techniques.

    The visual beauty alone can be enough for your cell phone’s memory, but having all the cars available is why NaturalMotion’s title is on this list. Okay, you can choose, but due to the high graphic quality, unique sounds of each vehicle, interior customization and a number of other factors, the size only grows.

    Becoming the greatest pilot is a difficult task , both for the player and for the internal space of the device (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screencapture)

    ARK: Survival Evolved

  • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price:

    free (optional in-house purchases)

  • Size:

    about 2 GB for both platforms (version 2.0.25)

  • Experience an adventure among dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures is what the player finds on the t Studio Wildcard title. Through a great sense of freedom, the player can build their narrative in the universe, either alone or with friends. The title appeals to all types of players who enjoy gameplay focused on survival.

    The game has only one download, but as the player progresses in the game more data is stored on the phone causing the memory gradually gets smaller in your device. It may not use as much space at once as other titles in the list, but the silent form it occupies is also worth the place.

  • Survive is the request in this game, if you have the space reserved for the constant updates and data usage (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screencapture)

    What game do you have on your cell phone that takes up a lot of memory and should be on the list? Tell us.

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