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    As we've previously reported, games delivered on the Xbox Store will unpack their assets intelligently, to keep download sizes down.
    Further detailed by , some developer documentation previously explained how games delivered via the Xbox Store will be able to be segmented, and downloaded in different parts to ensure download sizes remain as small as possible.
    Games like Halo 5 are pushing 100GB on Xbox One already, and with 4K assets thrown in from enhanced versions, download sizes are set to balloon even further. The new developer systems Microsoft is putting in place is to help ease the pressure on our HDDs, and there's games already using this system today. Here's how you can take a look for yourself.

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    09-14-2017 10:00 AM

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