Activision have officially revealed the minimum and recommended system requirements for their upcoming shooter Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. The full game with all modes will require at least 175 GB of storage space.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is just around the corner now and recently, Activision have shared more details about the PC version of the game, including the PC system specs and other exclusive features that will be in the game on launch.
One thing that many PC players were eager to find out is the storage space requirement. And just like we expected, Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War will continue the trend of massive file sizes for Call of Duty games.
With all game modes, including multiplayer, single-player campaign and other, Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War will take up to 175 GB of your storage space which certainly is massive file size. It's also worth mentioning that the file size will increase as the devs add more and more content to Black Ops Cold War.
You may remember that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's file size wasn't that scary on launch but right now, it's over 200 GB after six Seasons and other content updates.
Anyway, the good news is that you will be able to choose which parts of the game you want to install. So, for example, you can install only multiplayer or both the campaign and multiplayer but once you are done with the former, you can uninstall it to free up some space.
The multiplayer mode only will take up around 50 GB, which is not that bad and those who care about multiplayer-only won't have to sacrifice a large chunk of their HDD/SSD.
You can find the full Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War PC specs here.