Halo 4 might not be available until November 6th of this year, but now would be a good time to think about extra hard drive space for the upcoming FPS from 343 Industries. Yes, Microsoft has announced that Halo 4′s multiplayer experience will need 8 gigs of hard drive space to operate. Microsoft recommends a built in hard drive as opposed to the hard drive-less “core” Xbox 360 consoles.
For tips on optimizing space accordingly, Microsoft has set up a page on their website dedicated to answering your Halo 4 multiplayer questions.
Be ready to finish the fight…again this November!