Call of Duty Warzone: revealed the full weight of Season 4

Call of Duty Warzone: revealed the full weight of Season 4

Call of Duty Warzone

Just in the morning, Activision revealed the roadmap of Season 4 arriving on June 17 on Call of Duty Warzone and Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. From this we therefore discovered small, but substantial additions to the battle royale, among those to be noted obviously the presence of the "red doors", mysterious doors that, apparently, will be used to teleport from one place to another. In short, it seems that free to play with this addition can somehow change the fate of our games, positive or negative this will be up to the players.

The question that fans are asking themselves in these hours is the demand for space for their consoles. Well, in these hours the development team has revealed everything necessary. We know well how Call of Duty Warzone requires a really heavy weight so that the developers have decided to give users the possibility to free it from bulky gigabytes. Nevertheless, the title turns out to be one of the heaviest ever and, with the updates coming, it is likely that it will be mandatory to have an external hard drive for PS4 and Xbox One users.

No more chatter, let's see individually how much Season 4 requires on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.

PlayStation 5 - 30 GB PlayStation 4 - 15.5 GB Xbox Series X | S - 31.0 GB Xbox One - 17.7 GB PC - 21.6 GB without HD Pack / 30.7 GB with HD Pack It therefore seems that the next gen consoles are the ones that require much more space than the old gen, especially as regards the Xbox Series X | S, about 1 gigabyte more than the its "rival". PS4 and Xbox One players can therefore breathe a sigh of relief as it is not an extremely heavy patch.

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Call of Duty update LIVE: Cold War and Warzone news and rumours as season 4 set to kick off


Call of Duty’s third season is coming to an end – and what a wild ride it’s been.

Perhaps the biggest highlight was the ‘80s Action Heroes update, which saw players running-and-gunning as John McClane and Rambo.

Better still was the chance to explore an expertly recreated Nakatomi Plaza (of Die Hard fame) in Warzone’s Downtown district.

Now we’re looking forward to thrills and kills in Call of Duty Season 4.

The new season kicks off properly on Thursday, June 15.

And with it comes changes to Verdansk, limited-time events, new guns, modes and Operators to boot.

We’ll be keeping you up-to-date with the latest Call of Duty Cold War and Warzone news and Season 4 lands.