Are you looking forward to Call Of Duty Black Ops? You aren’t alone. Everyone from DrDisrepect to your neighbor with the weird lights that come on randomly at 3AM are pining for Treyarch’s new COD. Be it the refined multiplayer with it’s callback maps or the Battle Royale mode that set the internet on fire during it’s beta, the hype is real.
Black Ops 4 is set to release on October 12th. Players who are buying the digital version of the game get to start their downloads early on the 10th.
So what’s the damage? Via Treyarch:
What Is The Download Size of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4?
- Game Download Size: We’re happy to report that we have made a ton of improvements to optimize the Day 1 experience – the game download will be approximately 55 GB, and it will allow us to pack as much as we can into the game. A full list of details can be found here, and we’re happy to report that Blackout is fully playable once the download reaches about 30% completion (about 16-20 GB depending on platform). (A full download will be required to play Multiplayer, Zombies, and Specialist Headquarters).
What Is The Preload Timing For Black Ops 4 On PS4, Xbox One, And PC?
- Game Pre-load Info: You’ve been asking when you can start pre-loading the game, and we’re here to help. Pre-loading on consoles will start at 12AM on October 10th in your local time, so if you’re up late tomorrow night, get ready to start that pre-load before bed. For PC users, pre-loading will begin worldwide at 9PM Pacific on Tuesday, October 9th.
To those with slower connections, this information is invaluable to being able to play out the gate with everyone else. Good on Treyarch for getting everyone prepped to drain their datacaps in plenty of time to join at launch.