Treyarch Studios has confirmed the preload timing for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. They have also shared initial download size requirements and the final game size with day 1 update.
Earlier reports pointed towards the game required 100 GB of hard disk space, as per the retail box art. This was later reduced to 42 to 48 GB based on the listing on the official PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Store. It has been finally confirmed officially by Treyarch Studios that the final game size is 55 GB after all the updates installed on day one.
What Is The Download Size of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4?
- Game Download Size: We’re happy to report that we have made a ton of improvements to optimize the Day 1 experience – the game download will be approximately 55 GB, and it will allow us to pack as much as we can into the game. A full list of details can be found here, and we’re happy to report that Blackout is fully playable once the download reaches about 30% completion (about 16-20 GB depending on platform). (A full download will be required to play Multiplayer, Zombies, and Specialist Headquarters).
What Is The Preload Timing For Black Ops 4 On PS4, Xbox One, And PC?
- Game Pre-load Info: You’ve been asking when you can start pre-loading the game, and we’re here to help. Pre-loading on consoles will start at 12AM on October 10th in your local time, so if you’re up late tomorrow night, get ready to start that pre-load before bed. For PC users, pre-loading will begin worldwide at 9PM Pacific on Tuesday, October 9th.
Hopefully, this clears up any confusion about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. In the meanwhile, you can read that the game has received a day 1 update which patches it to version 1.02 on the PS4, but the servers are still offline.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12.