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Relax Gamers, Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 Won't Consume a Whopping 300 GB!

Relax Gamers, Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 Won't Consume a Whopping 300 GB! image

With a playful jab at fans' storage concerns, Activision clarifies that the upcoming Black Ops sequel won't be as heavy as feared.

Activision has dispelled fan anxieties by clarifying that the eagerly anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 game won't take up a enormous 300 GB of storage space, as rumored. This evident misinformation may have originated from the accidental inclusion of data related to prior game, Warzone, and its expansions.

This oversight led to quite a buzz among the game enthusiasts, filling them with dread about the potential for having to clear out precious storage space to accommodate the new addition to Activision's wildly popular franchise.

Fans will have to anxiously wait for official confirmation on the game’s actual file size as Activision plans to disclose this information much closer to the release date, which is currently scheduled for October 25th, 2024.

Even with this considerable amount of waiting time ahead, let’s hope this slight misunderstanding hasn't deterred gamers' excitement for Call of Duty: Black Ops 6. After all, the thrill of the mission shouldn't be overshadowed by the worry of storage logistics.

Stay tuned for further updates on this story as more information becomes available.

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