Forward of the discharge of Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare III on November 10th, Activision has preemptively offered extra particulars concerning the huge file dimension of the sport to elucidate why it’s “bigger than final 12 months.”
As reported by IGN, gamers with early entry to the sport’s single-player marketing campaign discovered that the full file dimension for Name of Obligation at set up — which additionally contains the Fashionable Warfare II marketing campaign, Warzone, and Name of Obligation HQ — now is available in at 234.9GB on PlayStation 5. For PC avid gamers, the file dimension is a barely extra palatable 172GB with the Fashionable Warfare II marketing campaign and Warzone put in.
In accordance with Activision’s publish on X (previously Twitter), the massive file dimension is “because of the elevated quantity of content material obtainable Day 1,” which incorporates map information for Name of Obligation: Warzone, assist for Fashionable Warfare II objects, and the brand new open-world Zombies mode. Activision claims that the ultimate set up dimension will really be smaller than the mixed earlier Name of Obligation experiences, and that extra details about the launch can be shared “within the coming days.”
The massive file sizes we’re seeing on PC and PS5 don’t embody unreleased content material for Fashionable Warfare III, such because the multiplayer or Zombies sport modes. We must always observe that this doesn’t imply Fashionable Warfare III alone will take up 200GB of file storage although — the bottom set up for Name of Obligation HQ (the central hub wanted to entry Fashionable Warfare 2, Fashionable Warfare III, and Warzone) is roughly 50GB. Every sport pack contributes to the general file dimension, and could be uninstalled if in case you have inadequate area to put in all three titles and their associated content material.