But before then, the next Call of Duty game might test the limit of your console’s hard drive hard drives. According to the Activision Support Page, players are going to require around 112GB to play Black Ops 4.
Here’s further from Activision, who verify that: “Before playing for the first time, players will need to download and install a day one update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
“Players must be connected to the internet when inserting the disc for the first time in order to initiate the update installation process. The final installation footprint will be approximately 55 GB.
That’s absolutely a weighty size if you have an original 500GB console with games already installed.
It implies players will have to plan what games they desire this month, particularly when you consider that other heavy titles are on the way.
The Call of Duty Black Ops 4 release date is today, October 12 for fans on PS4, Xbox One and PCs.
An accurate time hasn’t been addressed, but it will go live in the morning for those on Pacific time.
Stay Tuned for more information regarding the game!