The long awaited Nintendo Switch port for A Hat in Time has finally released this week, and many players have complained about its performance and file size.
While it isn’t unusual to hear PC and PS4 games such as Dragon Quest XI S and Valkryia Chronicles 4 shrinking in file size after they are ported to Nintendo Switch, A Hat in Time is the complete opposite.
Nintendo Switch owners were shocked after discovering that A Hat in Time takes up a whopping 16GB of space on the Switch. That’s a few gigabytes more than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Dragon Quest XI S.
Also unexplainable is the fact the Switch port takes up double the space of the PC version, and is about 4 times larger than the PS4 version, which takes up 4GB of space. This led to some players criticizing Gears for Breakfast for poorly optimizing the Switch version of A Hat in Time.
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