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I own the game and all DLC now, it’s over 60GB. Blu-ray Discs can only hold 50GB. I wouldn’t plan on it.
Based of my last two GOTY buys of Fallout 4 and Hitman. Fallout was just a hair over 50 was a code. Hitman the spring WB release was game, plus 14GB code plus a huge patch to equal total of 74GB.
Anything over 50, which almost all AAA games are today can’t have all DLC on disc. Funniest part could be they’d just have to add a disc with patches and DLC like I got with borderlands full set back on PS3 days. But gaming companies are working hard to slowly end the disc era, cut the cost.
I want so deeply to be wrong cause I enjoyed this game very much and love to have a full edition on disc.
"Like one who grabs a stray dog by the ears is someone who rushes into a quarrel not their own." Solomon, Proverbs 26:17
Sadly enough all dlc on the game is through a code, it is stated on their twitter or wherever they announced it, only base game and patches i think are on disc. But at-least it doesn't have micro-transactions anymore.
Edit: Link to a site where it all is https://gematsu.com/2018/08/middle-earth-shadow-of-war-definitive-edition-announced
@Chisoka can you put a Screen Shot of your game case and the two discs for proof because it seems there is multiple versions of the game going around, from what i have read and saw on youtube the NTSC Version had the code in the box and the Pal and Asia versions come with two discs.