Call of Duty needs more than 100 GB

Call of Duty needs more than 100 GB

Carried out a company (Activision) In detail File sizes for its next game (Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War) should be released on current platforms and next generation devices on November 13th.

And the game for buyers of (PlayStation 5), (Xbox Series X) or (Xbox Series S) consumes nearly 40 GB of additional space on the new drive.

Here are a full breakdown of file sizes across platforms:

  • PlayStation 4: 95 GB.
  • PlayStation 5: 133 GB.
  • Xbox One: 93 GB.
  • Xbox XOS Series: 136 GB.

(Call of Duty) has become a game known for its large storage space since the launch of the version of (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare) in a Last fall.

The situation was made worse by the addition of the “Warzone” mode, which was launched in March, adding tens of GB to the total space of the game.

The same seems to be the case for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, and players should bear in mind that this inflation in file size is due to the graphical improvements that take advantage of the more powerful chipsets in (PS5) and (Xbox Series X).

Both devices are shipped with NVMe SSDs, with Sony offering 825GB capacity, and Microsoft offering 1TB.

And Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War takes up a large chunk of storage space, regardless of platform.

According to an Xbox Series S user, the device includes a 512 GB SSD, but it allows users of 364 GB to install games, which means that the new Call of Duty game will account for 37 percent.

System information images via PS5 review kits leaked through Twitter show that the Sony platform provides just over 667 GB of free space to install games.

Activision revealed that the studios that are developing the game have managed to reduce the size of the computer file from 250 GB with (Nvidia RTX) enabled to 125 GB.

The standard install also shrunk from 175GB to 82GB.

Activision has not revealed how it intends to run Warzone as a separate game mode once Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launches.

And Warzone, once integrated at some point, will likely add more to the overall size of the entire package file.

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