According to a tweet by data miner Aggiorlamenti, Warzone 2.0 will be a massive download at around 115GB, according to Insider Gaming’s Tom Henderson. Anyone who installed Warzone the first time should not be surprised by this. Warzone took close to 100GB on consoles. This was in addition to the files for Modern Warfare (2019).
The original Warzone took up 175GB of PC storage. This means that Warzone 2.0 will require a more significant download. Although the exact size of the file on the PC is unknown, it was derived from Xbox data. Therefore, it is likely that PlayStation users can expect the same size download.
We are left with a PC. It may be close to this mark, judging by the PC download of Warzone 1.
The game will be huge, regardless of how you slice it. If you plan to play, you should clear some space. You will need to make space, of course.
Call of Duty®: Warzone™ 2.0 (Release Date: November 14; Size: 115.62 GB) | XBOX pic.twitter.com/Gaw70shpTc
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) November 10, 2022
Warzone 2.0 will have a more significant download than Modern Warfare II.
Warzone 2.0’s large, huge game files will overtake Modern Warfare II. There is no way to avoid using all this space. You can either install one or all of the games, or you can stop playing them altogether.
This issue is also a problem that has been present for quite some time in video games. The larger the downloads get, the more impressive they become visually. It doesn’t help when you have giant, sprawling maps such as the Al Mizrah. This is the tradeoff when games have large maps and better graphics.
Warzone 2.0 will officially launch on November 16, along with season 1 and the battle pass. The pre-load will begin on November 14.