With just a few days until the worldwide launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision and Sledgehammer Games continue to unveil a wealth of new information surrounding various features of the next game entering the first-person shooter franchise. Alongside new intel on the playable Operators, the publisher has revealed some interesting information surrounding Vanguard's file size.
After the Season 6 update was released for Black Ops Cold War, the game took up over 250 GB of hard drive space, much to the annoyance of players that often had to delete other games in order to play. Thankfully, it doesn't look like that will be the case for Vanguard.
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Call of Duty Vanguard's Smaller File Size
In a Tweet, Activision revealed that Vanguard will utilise new on-demand texture streaming technology, meaning many textures will no longer be stored on the hard drive of a console or PC. With fewer textures on a hard drive, the publisher claims that the technology will save between "30-50%" on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC versions of the game.
Call of Duty Vanguard File Size
Activision and Sledgehammer Games have yet to officially reveal the file size for the launch build of Vanguard but thanks to the Microsoft Store, we already know how much space the game will take up for Xbox One and Series S|X consoles:
- Xbox One: 75 GB
- Xbox Series S|X: 95 GB
Once we find out the file sizes for the other platforms, click here for all of the latest information and hard drive space required to download Vanguard when it releases on November 5th.