Kingdom Come Deliverance 2 looks like it'll be quite a technically impressive adventure when it lands on current-gen consoles, however a fresh report is claiming that Microsoft's Xbox Series S console has impacted the scope of the upcoming title.

First reported on by Czech outlet Zing and translated by Wccftech, developer Warhorse Studios could only make the game "25% bigger" apparently; because Xbox Series S only has roughly 25% more memory than previous-gen consoles. Of course, Xbox Series X and PS5 have quite a lot more RAM than the Series S - 16GB compared to 10GB.

In addition to this revelation, the outlet has also detailed some more tech specs for the upcoming Kingdom Come Deliverance sequel. The second game will output at 4K / 30FPS on Xbox Series X, while the Xbox Series S version comes in at 1440p / 30FPS.

Now, it should be said that this is reported information from a Czech gaming event that's then been translated, so there's a chance that some of the finer detail may have been lost here. Still, it's causing some controversy about Xbox Series S and its place in current-gen gaming - something we've heard plenty about before.

All we'll say is that size isn't everything, eh, and we're not really convinced that it's such a negative thing for a game not to be a certain amount larger than its predecessor. We're not sure who's measuring game sizes in percentage points, but in any case, Kingdom Come Deliverance 2 is coming to Xbox Series X and S at some point later this year - whatever shape that takes.

What do you make of this, Series S users? Tell us your thoughts down below.

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