Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare News & Update: Activision Confirms Game & Modern Warfare Remastered Need 130 GB Space

A previous report saying that “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” Legacy Edition box would require a download space of 130 GB was doubted initially by gamers. If the report was true, it would make the game one of the largest current-generation games despite the removal of the “Modern Warfare Remastered” from the total amount.

However, in an update of its FAQ, Activision confirmed that the whole bundle would indeed require 130 GB of hard drive space. The figure is a high-end estimate to give gamers an idea how much space they need to prepare for the release of “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.”

Even if the 130 GB is for the two games -- including campaigns and multiplayer maps, day one patch and the remaining “Modern Warfare Remastered” maps scheduled for release before the end of 2016 -- it still is a hefty bit of space needed just for “Infinite Warfare” alone.

Breakdown Of Space Needed

According to Gamerant, "Modern Warfare Remastered” would eat 40 GB, the six maps would occupy 15 GB, the one day patch 5 GB, and the “Infinite Warfare” would likely need 70 GB. Activision did not provide a breakdown.

The Escapist wrote that the large space needed is because of the PS4 support to allow developers to take advantage of high-resolution modes. If such is the case, then the Xbox One version of the game would likely not require a big size of hard disk space.

Since the PS4 and Xbox One come only in 500 GB hard drive, installing “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” and the “Modern Warfare Remastered” at 130 GB would occupy 26 percent of space.

There are also reports that said buyers of the game’s physical edition must keep the disk to play “Modern Warfare Remastered” even if the game is only existing as a download.

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