Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is just around the corner. And in case you were planning on purchasing the game digitally, you ought to know just how much space the title will take up on your Nintendo Switch or micro SD card. You can find the details of the game on the Nintendo eShop, and the file size is roughly 13.2 GB. If you don’t already own a micro SD card for extra storage, then I’m sure you’re not considering buying digital games. But this is a rather hefty file size and would take a significant bite out of the Switch’s internal storage.
Of course, if you prefer physical games, this won’t be much of a problem for you. However, having extra storage is never a bad idea as even Nintendo is no stranger to updating games and offering DLC support.
About Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3
The upcoming threequel boasts a massive roster of Marvel heroes adding many favorites that have been popularized beyond the comics with recent successful films such as Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel, and Miles Morales. Players will take control of the heroes and take on the Black Order in this action/RPG. The game will feature four-player drop-in/drop-out co-op both online and locally. Local multiplayer can be played on a single Switch or across multiple.
The game is set to launch physically and digitally on July 19 and will retail for the standard $59.99 price tag that we all expect from most big new titles. It’s been a decade since the last entry in the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series. So, it’ll be exciting to see what the game has in store for us. Assuredly, most are excited by the prospect of having this multiplayer co-op title available on the go.
What do you think of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3? Will you be picking up a digital copy or avoiding the the large file size with a physical copy? Let us know your thoughts on the game in the comments below!
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