Call of Duty: Modern Warfare No Longer Fits onto a 250GB SSD on PC
The file size for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PC has gotten so large that the game can't even fit onto a 250 GB external SSD.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has steadily grown ever since the game released. Season after season, the game just gets more and more content. This leads to ever-growing file size. It looks like the game has gotten so big on PC it can’t fit onto a 250GB SSD.
BattleNonSense tweeted a screen capture of their SSD with the latest Call of Duty title loaded onto it, at least almost loaded onto it. Turns out, if you have less than 250 GB of storage, you just won’t be able to play the game because it will not fit. You can take a look for yourself in the attached tweet below.
— Battle(non)sense (@BattleNonSense) October 3, 2020
File sizes for some games have gotten pretty huge, but I think Modern Warfare is the one title that is just unacceptably large. The game not only is huge on PC but its console counterparts as well. Just having the game installed greatly interferes with what else you can have downloaded to your system.
With Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War releasing here pretty soon, I hope that we won’t be having the same issues with this next game. I have to imagine that Activision has heard all of the cries from their player base. Splitting up single-player, multiplayer, and Warzone would probably be the best option. Luckily enough, it looks like splitting up and deleting parts of games will be a feature for the Xbox Series X that developers can utilize if they choose to do so.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is currently available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The 6th season just dropped for its multiplayer game modes and Warzone.