Call of Duty's famous Nuketown map is once again making an appearance in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 with the map taking on a new look that Treyarch teased on Tuesday. This is just the size needed to complete the installation, though, and once the process is complete it will go back down to the 55 GB requirement.
All things considered, it will be interesting to see if Treyarch decides to increase the amount of multiplayer areas available in the inevitable DLC packs coming for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
You're probably wondering exactly how important this patch is for playing the game and whether or not you'll be able to at least dive into some modes before play? You can pre-order this bundle right now from Amazon India while offline game stores should be having it from October 12.
The day one patch has become such an issue that United Kingdom shops have been given permission to sell the game a day early, so that everyone has a chance to download the update in a reasonable amount of time. As for Blackout, its battle royale mode, it will be playable when around 30 percent of the update has been completed.
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Meanwhile, Xbox One owners won't seemingly require the same 112 GB of free hard drive space, but can still expect a 55 GB final install size on their system. Treyarch thanked their optimization for the day one experience to allow a manageable download in todays AAA market.
And while Europe gets a 500GB PS4 Slim with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and a 1TB PS4 Pro with the game, India is limited to the aforementioned 1TB PS4 Slim with a Black Ops 4 copy.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out this week, bringing the anticipated sequel's nearly entirely multiplayer shenanigans to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.