The upcoming Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl fighting game has recently got its file size and release date revealed. The fighting game has not officially announced this information publicly just yet, but it's nailed on as the info comes from the official Nintendo Site. Here's what we know about this development for this release.
As seen on the official Nintendo site for this game, two important details about the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl particularly its file size and release. This is the second time that the developers and publishers were beaten to the punch on revealing big information about this game.
Previously, the publishers released the teaser trailer for its Gamescom announcements earlier than expected which Gamemill Entertainment pulled off and releasing it a day after. For this case, Nintendo announced these details ahead of time when the previous Catdog and April O'Neil reveals only revealed a release window of Fall 2021.
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Download Size
As seen on the Nintendo site post, the game will only take 2.9 GB of Nintendo Switch's storage is installed. Many fighting game players often value if their games are not that big due to its portability. The small size could allow them to install the game on other platforms that still don't have it easily. The size could also contribute for the game to run more smoothly as the console has more storage space to use for performance.
The more recent fighting game release which is Arc System Works' Guilty Gear Strive is 16 GB for its PC port. Fair Play Labs and Ludosity's title is exceptionally smaller compared to this game that also supports Rollback Netcode for its online play. As for the file size of other platforms for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, players will have wait but can expect it to be near the size of the Nintendo Switch version.
When is Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Coming Out
Lastly, the Nintendo site entry for this game confirms that the game will be released on October 5, 2021. As seen from the announcements, this release date still falls under the Fall 2021 release window promised in the recent trailers shown for the game.
More than the release, the developer are also promising more reveals incoming before its release as seen in the trailers. The recent Catdog and April O'Neil trailers didn't explicitly tease the next characters but one of the stages they've fought in featured an iconic area from the Avatar: Legend of Korra series.
Potentially, the next reveals for the characters from this series could be shown before the game's release on October. For now, we'll have to wait on Gamemill Entertainment, Ludosity, and Fair Play Labs to confirm or deny if the Nintendo site reveal matches with their official announcements.