Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare File Size and Pre-Load Date Revealed

October 27, 2016 Written by Tyler Treese

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Thanks to updates on the PlayStation Store, we now know the file size of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (make sure to read our beta impressions if you haven’t already). The latest first-person shooter from Infinity Ward will be around 44.6 gigabytes. If you’re picking up the Legacy Edition in order to get Modern Warfare Remastered, you’ll be looking at a total of 82 gigabytes.

If you have a keen memory, then you’ll note that this is a whole 50 gigabytes under the 130 gigabyte size that made waves last month after being spotted on the game’s box. According to @charlieINTEL, that larger size is the estimated amount for both games after day one patches and Modern Warfare Remastered‘s December update (which comes with six additional multiplayer maps). So, for now at least, you won’t need to delete over 100 gigabytes of games on your hard drive in order to make space for the latest Call of Duty.

The other big news is that players will be able to begin to pre-load Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare ahead of its November 4 release date. While the exact date varies by region, it looks like North American players will be able to begin downloading the game on November 1. Gamers in the UK can do so a bit earlier, as it begins October 30 there.

With all of this exciting news, it’s abundantly clear that the release of one of 2016’s most anticipated games is right around the corner. PlayStation LifeStyle will have full coverage of Infinite Warfare before and after its November 4 release.

(Source: CharlieINTEL)