Call of Duty: Warzone is the strongest title in Activision’s shooter franchise right now. Living in parallel to the annual edition of the shooter, the battle royale is the main recipient of new players.
This week the second competitive season of Warzone opens, bringing with it a 17 GB download of content for all available platforms. Nothing far-fetched for the title, except that an unexpected warning was included prior to download.
As reported Eurogamer, the different editions of the shooter (especially those of PlayStation 4 and 5) request that users have an available space of 107 GB open before downloading content. This opens up a range of possibilities about what you can get for this game in your next downloads.
Call of Duty stretches its size within users’ hard drives exponentially, forcing many to apply the data compartmentalization that Activision offers since the premiere of Black Ops Cold War.
Additionally, the triple-A world begins to dig the grave of the previous generation of consoles, by basically putting systems like the 500GB PlayStation 4 standard edition in a position where you could only have Warzone installed, in a big case. of planned obsolescence that forces fans to have a new console yes or yes.
A personal decision that players can make freely, but which is sadly motivated by elements like FOMO and the need to always be at the forefront, elements that characterize Call of Duty marketing in general. The best option that can be recommended is to assess the space they have on their hard drives or bet on the purchase of external drives to expand the space of their consoles, while there are still stocks.
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