One of the most debated subjects among the Call of Duty community is the gigantic sizes that the games of the franchise occupy on the PS4’s hard drive or the PS5’s SSD. Well, this issue has come up again with the release of Modern Warfare II on October 28th and Warzone 2.0 on November 16th. However, rest assured: the experiences will be integrated, but have separate installations.
In an interview with the GameStar website, Joe Cecot, co-director of multiplayer design at Infinity Ward, commented on the matter. According to him, since there is integration between the games, fans will not need to close one to open the other. However, if the gamer has both titles, there is still the flexibility to determine which one to leave installed.
The integration will occur again, so you don’t have to quit the game to switch between Warzone 2.0 and traditional multiplayer, and vice versa. So it’s pretty quick and easy, but you can still determine the installation yourself.
We don’t yet know how much space Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 will take up on the PS4’s hard drive and the PS5’s SSD. The way, for now, is to wait.
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