Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops – Cold War are getting their large midseason replace this week, and Warzone gamers specifically are in retailer for a completely large patch. The upside? The install size for Warzone is finally shrinking, so you may claw again a few treasured gigabytes of house in your SSD.
The new Warzone replace will probably be 52.4GB on PC, or an much more whopping 133.6GB if you happen to additionally nonetheless have Modern Warfare put in. This large replace options “enhancements to the overall content management system” together with “data optimization and streamlining content packs”. In different phrases, this is a one-time whopper that does a lot of restructuring in order that your install will keep a bit smaller.
Warzone installs will shrink by 11.8GB. We’re clocking the present Warzone install at 92.1GB, so post-patch it must be round 80.3GB. That’s nonetheless large, but it surely’ll no less than be a little extra manageable. A joint Modern Warfare and Warzone install with all the options is well over 200GB at this level, however it is going to shrink by 30.6GB as of this replace. Again, nonetheless a whopper, however possibly you’ll really be capable of match it on an SSD now.
Black Ops – Cold War is getting a far more modest 8.1GB patch on PC. Check the official site for particulars on the patch sizes on the consoles.