Activision explains why Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will need 130 GB

As you remember, earlier this week a report came indicating that the Legacy and Legacy Pro editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will require 130 GB. Now, Activision resolved this question, through the question and answer section of the game.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

To begin, Activision says that the 130 GB is in alone an estimate covering Infinite Warfare, Mordern Warfare Remastered, patches of Day-One and multiplayer maps that will come before the end of 2016. As previously announced, the remastering will debut with 10 maps, while the remaining 6 will arrive in the coming months.

Although we know that the campaign of Modern Warfare Remastered needs 39.18 GB, the size will change when the multiplayer maps are available. Also, we need to know how much Infinite Warfare will weigh, although with the latest release, Black Ops III, needed 58.61 GB space of hard disk.

In short, the 130 GB estimates are the sum of two games, updates and the DLC that will arrive during 2016, size that could change depending on the contents and systems.

In related information, you should know that the campaign of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is now available for PlayStation 4 players who pre-ordered the premium version of Infinite Warfare.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will debut next month on November 4 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The only way to get Modern Warfare Remastered is by buying the Legacy Edition.

  • YOUDIEMOFO

    Wow….. At least they are keeping it “real……” Most games release with a standard number on its box and totally blows that number out of the water months after release.

    I had literally asked my wife about a month ago how this was all going to work out with developers putting the “basic” install sizes on their games. To only have then eat up more than double that amount months later after release.