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An emergency announcement from Activision about the size of Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 after complaints

An emergency announcement from Activision about the size of Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 after complaints

Immediately after it was revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 In Activision’s recent Direct, the game was put up for pre-order in digital stores and so we learned that it would be over 300GB in size! This information shocked and angered many gamers, especially those with slower connections or data caps. After complaints flooded social media, Activision made an extraordinary announcement to clarify exactly what’s right.

Finally, the size of Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 will not be 300 GB. The reason for the whole mess is Call of Duty HQ, the launcher through which all games in the franchise are now unlocked. So the 300GB listed on the Xbox Console Store was for fully installing Call of Duty HQ, Warzone, Modern Warfare II and Modern Warfare III, as well as all their optional packs and translations into other languages.

In conclusion, Activision emphasized this The true scale of Black Ops 6 will be revealed in the futureAs we approach its release.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 sized ad from Activision

FIX: The estimated install size currently displayed on Black Ops 6 pre-order pages does not represent the Black Ops 6 download size or disk space.

Volumes as shown include full installs of Modern Warfare II, Modern Warfare III, Warzone, and all associated content packs, including all languages, which does not represent a typical single-player installation experience.

Players will be able to download Black Ops 6 at launch without downloading other Call of Duty titles or all language packs.

An estimate of the actual size of Black Ops 6 will be available closer to release.

Call of Duty Black Ops 6 is expected to release for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series Pre-orders for the game have already begun on the console’s official digital stores and on Steam and Battle.Net. It should be noted that the title will be available from day one on the Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass subscription services.

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The game’s events will transport players to the “Gulf War”, an armed campaign carried out in 1990-1991 by a military coalition of 39 countries in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Development is being led by Treyarch, which for the first time in franchise history has had four years to polish the experience.

Call of Duty Black Ops 6 will radically evolve the movement system, with so-called “omni-motion” allowing players to run, slide or dive in any direction. Meanwhile, the traditional Prestige system and Theater mode will return to multiplayer, while Zombies mode will be round-based once again, as the community has long requested.

The single-player campaign will offer multiple ways to approach missions, even with dialogue options. Between missions, players will be able to visit a safe house, where they will plan their next missions through an evidence collection table. There they will be able to upgrade and interact with NPCs.