Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare/Warzone Update Will Reduce File Size By 25GB And Add PS5/Xbox Series X Upgrades

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A new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone is coming very soon, and it sounds like it will make some welcome changes.

Starting off, the update shrinks the file size of Modern Warfare and Warzone by around 25GB on each platform, Infinity Ward’s Paul Haile said on Twitter. Players will be able to download high-resolution textures, but these will be optional. And on PC, a new option is being added that gives you the ability to stream high-resolution assets dynamically, Hiele said.

In addition to these changes, the update for Modern Warfare and Warzone includes the first upgrades for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Hiele did not share any details on these improvements, however, but this should all become clear very soon.

The full patch notes for this update are not out yet, but keep checking back with GameSpot for more.

Due to their popularity, Modern Warfare and Warzone will continue to receive new updates when Black Ops Cold War launches on November 13. In fact, the games will become more closely connected than ever before, as there will be “synchronized” XP and leveling across each game, so progress you make in one title applies to the others.

For more on that, you can check out GameSpot’s interview with Black Ops Cold War lead designer Tony Flame.

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