Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 looks to be the biggest COD game ever, taking up over 300 GB of your console’s storage, according to its store listing!

It’s certainly no secret that Call of Duty games have been growing in size over the last few years. In fact, for many fans, it’s an issue that’s becoming all too prevalent.

Nowadays, if a COD fan wants to keep that year’s game installed, as well as Warzone Battle Royale, they’re forced to set aside hundreds of Gigabytes of storage on their hard drives.

And now, Black Ops 6 might just be the breaking point for many users, as it finally forces COD HQ to surpass 300 GB.

Black Ops 6 File Size

Update: Activision has clarified that Black Ops 6 will be available to download separately at launch and the original 300 GB file size listed on the Xbox included MW2, MW3, and Warzone.

The actual size will be much less than 300 GB and will be revealed closer to launch. Here’s the full statement:

Original story: According to the Xbox Store, Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 takes up approximately 309.8 GB of storage space on your consoles.

This new reveal is causing alarm among Call of Duty fans, who didn’t think Activision’s shooter could get any more bloated.

Black Ops 6 File Size Over 300 GB

Of course, it’s not likely that Black Ops 6 takes up over 300 GB by itself.

This is likely accounting for the game’s inclusion in the Call of Duty HQ application, which includes previous COD titles such as MW2, MW3, and Warzone.

If previous COD titles are any indication, Activision will allow players to select and install Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombie components of Black Ops 6 separately, allowing game owners to reduce the necessary file size significantly.

We’re certain that the 309.8 GB listed currently includes Warzone, and potentially also one or both of the Modern Warfare titles.

However, we’ll have to wait and see exactly how big Treyarch’s upcoming title is upon release! After all, rumor has it we’ll be seeing two full Zombies maps available on launch day.

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