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Call Of Duty: Vanguard, which will be in our hands next week, isn’t going to soak up storage space like a sheet of Plenty in a pool of Ribena. It actually looks like the team has taken on board the complaints about the creeping install size of the games in the series.
On consoles, Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War have asked for an enormous slice of the available storage which has rubbed players up the wrong way. You know, there are people out there who don’t only play Call Of Duty. They exist. And they want to use their consoles for other things, would you believe it.
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The ludicrousness came to the point where Activision admitted that these two games plus Warzone might be too big to fit on a PlayStation 4 with 500GB at its disposal. As a result, the news that the developer and publisher has resolved how to contain the size of the new game for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X is music to the ears of grumbling players.
Here, some choccy milk for this awesome news pic.twitter.com/sWnsWjDeBs— Mohamed Enieb (@its_menieb) October 26, 2021
This revolutionary “on-demand texture streaming tech” is the answer which will cut down the install size of Vanguard by about a third or even a half in some cases. Whether or not this works while playing offline hasn’t been specifically said by Activision, nor if this software is different to the similar elements that are already present in Warzone.
Still, let’s focus on the positives here. The Zombies trailer dropped not too long ago and is set before the events of Black Ops Cold War’s Dark Aether storyline. Players will recognise returning mechanics like Essence, Salvage, occult field upgrades in the new Der Anfang gamemode. This blends both the classic round-based set up of Zombies with objectives to fulfil, thereby creating a terrifying and tense experience for players of all levels.
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