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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s rumoured size of 130 GB is a “high-end estimate”, says Activision

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Activision has recently updated the official Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare FAQ’s to confirm that the game’s Legacy, Legacy Pro, and the Digital Deluxe editions will require up to around 130 GB of hard disk space on your PC or console.

Apparently, this rumoured size is actually a “high-end estimate”, as Activision explained. The given size completely covers the original game(Infinite Warfare), Modern Warfare Remastered, any and all day-one updates, and the DLC based multiplayer maps which will be coming out before December 31, 2016.

As was announced initially, Modern Warfare Remastered will be launching with 10 of the original multiplayer maps, while the remaining six will be available by December.

It now only remains to be seen what the file size exactly is for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare alone, prior any dlc or extras. Come to think of it, last year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III weighed in at 58.61 GB, So it should be safe to assume that Infinite Warfare may pile well above the 60 GB mark.

The 130 GB file size rumour came out recently when it was spotted on the game’s box found at a French retailer and reported on Charlie Intel. The box also showed company logos for several studios, such as, Certain Affinity, Beenox, and High Moon Studios, alongside Infinity Ward and Raven Software.

As of now, the exact level of involvement Certain Affinity, Beenox, and High Moon Studios had in the development or publishing of Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare Remastered has not been mentioned but stay tuned for any update on the matter.

Modern Warfare Remastered’s single player campaign is available right now for all those PS4 players who pre-ordered one of the premium versions of Infinite Warfare, both on a disc or digitally.

Infinite Warfare will be launching on November 4 for all next-gen. capable platforms(PS4, Xbox One, and PC). For now, the only way to get your hands on the Call of Duty 4 Remastered edition is to purchase one of the premium versions of Infinite Warfare. But, we sincerely hope that changes by the official launch.



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