This shouldn’t come as a surprise to know that Black Ops 4 is going to be massive in size. The game will need a least of 100 GB space to install so start clearing up space now.
This information is official and comes from the official back cover of the box art. Retailers around the world are getting their hands on the game.
Other than that, the back cover of the game consists of all the general information. It mentions 4K enhancements on PS4 and Xbox systems etc.
By looking at this, it’s clear to say that Black Ops 4 is the biggest game in the series. It’s pretty common nowadays for game file sizes to be big. Before Black Ops 4, we saw RDR2 with almost the same massive file size.
The best solution for everyone is to get your hands on an external hard to avoid problems later.
Other than that. Expect new gameplay videos of Black Ops 4 making their way to the internet soon. Early copies of the game are out now.
Also, check out the new map coming to multiplayer of Black Ops 4 here. Treyarch recently unveiled a map called Morocco along with Summit which is an all-time favourite.
Now with the inclusion of Morocco, Black Ops 4 will have a total of 12 maps at launch. It’s still less than 15 or more as seen in previous games and has disappointed us all.
Black Ops 4 will include some of our favourite Call Of Duty maps of all time including Nuketown, Firing range and more.
Treyarch has also confirmed that cross-play feature will not be coming to Balck Ops 4 anytime soon.
It will take some time to bring this feature to the game but what’s good to know is that Sony is not a problem anymore.
If you have an interest in zombies then you should check out the leaked information of Black Ops 4 Classified zombies here. It shows us the new perks, layouts and how the storyline works.
We can’t wait to play Blackout mode with our friends when Black Ops 4 finally launches worldwide on October 12 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.