Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is almost here and Activision has revealed the storage space required on consoles and PC for pre-loading. As expected, the storage space required on consoles and PC is around or more than 100GB of space.
Activision has shared pre-loading details for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. On PS4 and Xbox One pre-loading will begin on November 5 at 9 pm PT while on PC pre-loading will begin on November 10 at 10 am PT.
Pre-loading on next-gen systems will begin on each system’s respective launch date. So November 10 for Xbox Series X|S and November 12 for PlayStation 5. All of which is before the official November 13 launch date for Black Ops Cold War.
How Big is Black Ops Cold War?
To pre-load Black Ops Cold War, players will need to ensure they have the right amount of available storage to launch the game. Here are the storage space numbers required for each system.
- PS4: 95GB
- PS5: 133GB
- Xbox One: 93GB
- Xbox Series X|S: 136GB
- PC 125GB (Full Game on Ultra Graphics), 82GB (Full Game), 35GB (Multiplayer Only)
Activision says players on both PC and console can choose to uninstall specific game mode packs such as Campaign or Zombies to reduce the overall file size.
With only a few short weeks to go until Black Ops Cold War is released, check out IGN’s hands-on Black Ops Cold War preview.
Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.