Thanks to a download card published by a Reddit user, we have found out that Call of Duty: WWII for PlayStation 4 will require approximately 80GB of space on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro, about twice as much as the Xbox One X (45GB).
In all probability, the difference in size is due to the presence of assets for the PlayStation 4 Pro, while the Xbox One X optimizations will be needed to be downloaded separately by a patch as soon as the console arrives on the market.
In recent news, a full list of Call of Duty: WWII trophies has been published on PSN Profiles, enabling us to know in advance the proposed gameplay objectives in the single-player campaign, the multiplayer gameplay, and the Zombie mode.
There are total 51 trophies, distributed among 38 Bronze, 10 Silver, 2 Gold and of course 1 Platinum Trophy. Goals require completing a number of actions within the campaign, for example by interacting with teammates, with the inevitable golden trophy obtainable by completing the game at Veteran’s level of difficulty.
With regard to multiplayer and Zombie mode, there are a number of targets related to the number of kills and the use of a certain type of weapon. The full list of trophies can be found at this address.
Recall that Call of Duty: WWII will be available on November 3 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.