How Much Data Does Minecraft Use? – Game-Bairu

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Minecraft is a 3D sandbox game where you can change your 3D environment, which is completely made up of blocks. Developed by Mojang Studios, Minecraft looks simple but has very complex and fast-paced gameplay. It is one of the most popular video games and is supported on multiple platforms including Windows, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, etc.

If you want to play Minecraft, here is a summary of the game requirements for your system. We have a feature related to how much space Minecraft takes up during installation.

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How many MB does minecraft use

Minecraft data requirements vary by platform. For Windows, Android, and iOS, the game typically takes up just under 1 GB of memory. However, on a Mac or macOS, this will take just over 385MB. Later, the game may expand and take up more space. Also, the game is about 525MB for Java Edition and 900MB for Bedrock Edition. Here’s a list of devices and the amount of space they take up to play. Please note: These numbers are estimates.

  • Xbox One: 1.30 GB
  • Xbox 360: 113.20 MB
  • PS4: 225 MB
  • Nintendo Switch: 1.12 GB
  • PS Vita: 164 MB
  • Wii U: 1.62 GB

We talked about the minimum space requirements for Minecraft. The game is small by default as it has simple textures and basic 3D renders. However, the game continues to grow as you play it. Adding mods, new worlds, etc. can keep adding files and requires almost 30 GB of space.

Required Configuration

Since we discussed the game’s storage requirements, let’s take a look at its PC system requirements.

Operating system: Windows 7 and above
Processor: Intel Core i3-3210 3.2GHz / AMD A8-7600 APU 3.1GHz or equivalent
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000 or AMD Radeon R5 series | NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon HD 7000 series
Memory: 4GB RAM

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