We’re continuing yesterday’s thoughts.
This year’s Call of Duty‘s Legacy Edition, which will cost 80 dollars, nets you Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered. You can’t sell the new one to play the old game’s upgraded version: you must own both games to play Call of Duty 4 Remastered (the Infinite Warfare disc must be in your console if you bought it physically). What about space requirements?
Yesterday we learned that about 40 gigabytes would be needed for Modern Warfare Remasted. Pre-orderers on PlayStation 4 can already play its campaign, only to redownload the game on November 4. But if we install both Call of Duty games, you’ll need 130 (yes, one hundred and thirty!!!) gigabytes of free disk space!
About 55-60 will likely go to 2007’s Call of Duty‘s upgraded edition, so Infinite Warfare takes about 75-80 gigabytes. As this game will support the PlayStation 4 Pro, the 4K cutscenes and movies will definitely take up a large chunk of the size.
The games are out on November 4. Until then, get a 1 terabyte HDD in case you didn’t do so already…