Call of Duty: Warzone’s Upcoming Update is Smaller If You Uninstall Modern Warfare

The fans of Call of Duty: Warzone, have not much interesting in tomorrow’s update. A new sniper rifle and some new operators are going to be added in Warzone, while in Cold War, new maps and modes are going to be added. If you have Modern Warfare installed in your system, then this update is going to take 133 GB on your hard disk.

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Below, here are the download sizes:

  • PC: 52.4 GB (Warzone Only) / 133.6 GB (Warzone and Modern Warfare)
  • PlayStation 5 / PlayStation 4: 52.0 GB
  • Xbox Series X / Series S/ One: 57.8 GB

This time downloads are more huge because the entire sizes of Modern Warfare and Warzone are shrinking. Modern Warfare will shrink by 30 GB and Warzone by 11.8 GB. But the thing is, if a player is not playing Modern Warfare much these days, then it’s not worth keeping the game. You still have the option to cut your download in half by uninstalling the Modern Warfare before the patch comes out tomorrow at 11 PM PDT.

The updated season 2 roadmap of Activision has only one box for Warzone and that says “more zombies, baby.” The Zombie presence in Warzone has become more disappointing map changes in the game since its launch.

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There is a bit better news for the Cold War fans, which is going to receive a new Outbreak map (Sanitorium), a few new maps, a new sniper rifle, some remixed modes, and some operators that are going to work also in Warzone. All these come as an additional 8GB on PC.



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