Last week, Nintendo shared plenty of details and screenshots for the Wii U version of Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympics, which comes out next month worldwide. The company even shared a gameplay video, featuring the most graceful Bowser ever seen in a video game (which really makes you wonder why he’s having so much trouble against Mario in the first place!).
Following that, Nintendo updated the gamepage for the game on its official (which can be found there). Unfortunately, it’s extremely light in content, with barely any details at all (let alone new ones). However, there is one crucial piece of information to be found on that page: the download size.
Players looking forward to downloading the game from the Nintendo eShop may have to clear some space, as the digital version of Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympics on Wii U will require at least 5999.43MB of free space on your console and / or external HDD. Not the biggest of games on Wii U, but still something to keep in mind.
Also, here’s some more screenshots for the game:
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympics (Wii U) comes out on June 23rd in Japan, and June 24th in Europe and North America.