Don’t worry, Call of Duty Black Ops 6 won’t require about six Witcher 3 games on your computer
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Don’t worry, Call of Duty Black Ops 6 won’t require about six Witcher 3 games on your computer

If you’re worried that Call of Duty Black Ops 6 might require a huge amount of space to install and play – say, the 300GB listed in the Xbox Store over the weekend – then the good news: it looks like it won’t be that much after all.

Yes, stop engaging in all these debates about whether a series now on Game Pass is good for Xbox or not, to stop yourself from panicking, you can rest now.

This is because Activision has stated that the figure of just over 300 GB listed on pre-order pages “does not represent the download size or disk space for Black Ops 6.” So there’s no need to worry about having enough space for about six copies of The Witcher 3 – given the game’s Steam storage requirement of 50GB.

Why is 300 GB mentioned in this case? Well, because it includes “full installs of Modern Warfare 2, Modern Warfare 3, Warzone and all relevant content packs, including all localized languages ​​combined” along with Black Ops 6.

As the official Call of Duty update account on Twitter points out, this is “not representative of a typical gamer install,” as you’ll have the option to, well, not download every CoD under the sun when you download Black Ops 6 in October.

That said, we still don’t know the actual number in terms of file size for BLOPS 6 itself, and Activision stated in the post that an estimate “will be available closer to launch.” Hopefully it won’t be a big deal, even though we now know it should be less than three hundos if you haven’t decided to reinstall all the other marathon entries once you do.

One thing we know for sure about Black Ops 6 is that it brings back a more old-school prestige system, which is cool.