Twitch streamer xQc recently discovers that Valorant takes up a significant amount of space on his gaming rig while streaming to a large audience.
xQc is known for playing a variety of games while livestreaming, and Valorant is one of his favorite competitive games to play online. However, while livestreaming to a large Twitch audience, xQc was surprised to see how much hard drive space Valorant is taking up on his gaming rig.
A Twitch video of xQc reacting to Valorant’s file size has gone viral due to his hilarious exclamation of how large the download is as it approaches a full terabyte. In the video of this reaction, the popular Twitch streamer is looking through his gaming library on EA Origin, trying to free up some space so he can download The Sims 4: Cottage Living expansion. xQc recently downloaded the soundtrack that is digital to The Sims 4, The Sims 4: Kids Room Stuff, and The Sims 4: Dine Out, which each offer their own package of content, according to the Origin library.
The Twitch video of streamer xQc reacting to Valorant’s file size begins with the popular livestreamer inquiring as to why Riot Games’ FPS is so large to download. After screaming “what!” and yelling. He opens his PC control panel and clicks on the Programs tab to view the applications on his PC, which highlights several games that he has played in recent weeks.
Escape From Tarkov, League of Legends, and Valorant are among the games on xQc’s Program list, though many more are likely missing because the Riot Games title appears near the top due to its size. Battlestate Games Launcher, EA Origin, GOG Galaxy, Paradox Launcher, and The Epic Games Store are just a few of the notable programs xQc has installed. There’s also Discord and the numerous Elgato files that keep his stream going. Valorant is at the top of the list because it is perplexingly close to a full terabyte, as evidenced by xQc’s screen, which shows the download exceeds 847GB.
There appears to be a problem with xQc’s 847GB Valorant file, which is normally around 20 GB in size. In contrast to Valorant’s unusually large size, Riot Games’ MOBA League of Legends takes up less than one gigabyte on xQc’s computer, highlighting a significant difference. Given how many games xQc switches between while livestreaming, his PC is almost certainly full of games, implying that xQc’s rig has a large hard drive, especially since xQc’s version of Valorant appears to be taking up a terabyte of space.
Twitch streamer xQc recently discovers that Valorant takes up a significant amount of space on his gaming rig while streaming to a large audience. xQc is known for playing a variety of games while livestreaming, and Valorant is one of his favorite competitive games to play online.