In recent years, Call of Duty games have been known to take up quite a bit of storage space on our consoles and PCs. So much so that Activision wrote in this year’s post that gamers using the base version of PS4 with 500GB of storage who wanted to install Modern Warfare, Cold War, and Warzone at the same time, had to remove almost everything on the hard drive if they wanted to. To continue downloading in-game updates. The developers have recently lowered the storage requirements and the situation is not as good as before.
With the upcoming Vanguard, work on the diet has continued and now the developers have told Sledgehammer how much storage the game will consume on Xbox and Playstation. The numbers look like this:
PlayStation 5: 64.13 GB Download | 89.84 GB of space required
Playstation 4: 54.65 GB Download | 93.12 GB of space required
Xbox Series X | S: 61 GB Download | Required space 61 GB
Xbox One: 56.6 GB Download | 56.6 GB of space required
People who want to start playing very quickly after the November 5 release have the chance to download Vanguard from today. However, this only applies to console players, and people on PC will have to wait until November 2nd to start downloading the game.
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