Call of Duty: Black Ops 6
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In case you missed it, yesterday Call of Duty fans voiced their concerns when pre-order page listings for Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 suggested the title would require a huge download of around 300GB.

There were some suggestions this was factoring in the "entire" Call of Duty app, and Activision has now officially confirmed this. As for the file size of Black Ops 6, the "actual estimation" of this will be available closer to launch, and you won't have to download other titles or language packs.

Here's the full statement (via Call of Duty Updates on social media):

Correction: The estimated file size currently displayed on the Black Ops 6 pre-order pages does not represent the download size or disk footprint for Black Ops 6.

The sizes as shown include the full installations of Modern Warfare II, Modern Warfare III, Warzone and all relevant content packs, including all localized languages combined which is not representative of a typical player install experience.

Players will be able to download Black Ops 6 at launch without downloading any other Call of Duty titles or all of the language packs.

The actual estimation of the Black Ops 6 file size will be available closer to launch.

So, there you go - we'll find out the file size of this game close to launch this October.