Start freeing up space in your hard drives. The Legacy edition, which features both Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, weighs in at a daunting 130 GB.
This week saw French Retailer Micromania hand out empty Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy boxes for those who pre-ordered the PlayStation 4 version. Apparently, users must return next month at the game’s launch to retrieve the physical disc.
With the boxes out in the wild, details mentioned on the back reveal the behemoth space requirement. In comparison, last year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III took just below 60 GB of space. The hard drive requirement for this year’s Call of Duty offering has more than doubled, and it includes a remastered version of a nine-year-old game.
It’s unclear as to how exactly the 130 GB requirement breaks down between Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered.
The Infinite Warfare Legacy box also mentions the developers involved. We already knew that Infinite Ward was leading Infinite Warfare and Raven Software, Modern Warfare Remastered. Now it’s confirmed that besides the two, Certain Affinity, Beenox, and High Moon Studios are also involved.
Those who pre-ordered the premium versions on PlayStation 4 can now start playing the single-player campaign of Modern Warfare Remastered. Access is being sent out in waves. If you’re still locked out, don’t fret for you’ll get inside soon.
For those on other platforms, they must wait until the game’s official launch next month. The early access to Modern Warfare Remastered’s campaign is only offered on PS4 and there is no multiplayer.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is scheduled for launch on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The more expensive editions come bundled with Modern Warfare Remastered. There’s currently no other way to purchase the overhauled version of Call of Duty 4 as an independent game.
VIA Charlie Intel