Game publisher Activision recently revealed some details about installing Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare on a standard PlayStation 4 console with 500GB storage.
Activision is warning players who have the standard PS4 with a default hard drive of 500GB that they might have to free up some space for Modern Warfare/Warzone and Black Ops Cold War with all modes and packs installed. More so if they have both games installed. They might have to sacrifice a few modes and updates in order for the other to have their contents installed.
Here’s how you can do that in both games:
Black Ops Cold War: At the main menu, press R3 to go to “File Management.” You will then be able to delete any content you may not have played in a while. The exact content to choose can be found in the Storage Management article linked below.
Modern Warfare/Warzone: At the main menu, press Options, select the “General” tab, then scroll down to “Game Installs.” From here, you can delete any content you have not played in a while.
Activision also clarified that the Warzone download is necessary if players are only going to player Black Ops Cold War and vice versa. They can also remove other data packs if they are not using them.
Season Two update for Warzone is quite sizeable too. Check out the download sizes here:
PlayStation 5: 17GB
PlayStation 4: 17GB
Xbox One Series X / Xbox One Series S: 17.9GB
Xbox One: 17.9 GB
PC: 16.9GB (Warzone Only), 20.8GB (Warzone and Modern Warfare)
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare/Warzone are now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.