Call of Duty: Warzone buffs do not have much to get excited about in tomorrow’s midseason update. While Black Ops — Cold War is becoming new maps and modes, Warzone lovers are getting a sniper rifle and a few new operators. But that doesn’t mean that our hard drives are safe–tomorrow’s Warzone patch is a whopping 133GB download in the event that you have Modern Warfare installed. Otherwise, you’re in slightly better shape.
Here are the download sizes, as summarized in the Present blog article :
PC: 52.4 GB (Warzone Just ) / 133.6 GB (Warzone and Modern Warfare)
PlayStation 5/PlayStation 4: 52.0 GB
Xbox Collection X / Series S / One: 57.8 GB
Thus, what provides and does Activision despise my SSD? Downloads are bigger this time around since the general sizes of Warzone and Modern Warfare are shrinking. When the dust has settled, Warzone will shrink by 11.8GB and Modern Warfare by around 30GB. More free space is fine, but players should seriously consider if it’s worth maintaining Modern Warfare updated if you are not enjoying it much nowadays (especially if your ISP has a rigorous data limit ). You can cut your download in half by uninstalling the Modern Warfare chunk prior to the patch drops tomorrow night at 11PM PDT.
That said, even 52GB is a lot to swallow for an upgrade that adds nothing of notice to Warzone. Activision’s upgraded Season two roadmap has one box for Warzone that basically says”more zombies, baby.” Cool, I imagine. Warzone’s zombie presence has been one of the very disappointing map changes in the sport since its launching. There is obvious potential for widespread zombie antics in Verdansk which Activision may still behave on in the near future, but for now, zombies are a dull distraction that migrate from town to town just like a flock of birds.
Hopefully, some of the download has to do with Warzone’s long-rumored new map, which will probably incorporate present places from Cold War’s Fireteam maps.
News is a bit better on the Cold War front, which will be getting a new Outbreak map (Sanitorium)plus a few new avenues, remixed styles, a new sniper rifle, and a few operators which will also work in Warzone. All of that for an Extra 8GB on PC. Even when Call of Duty is small, it’s still pretty significant.
Warzone bunker codes: All mixtures and places
Warzone map: Master Verdansk and Rebirth Island