Call of Duty Warfare 2: the ridiculous amount of data on the disk outrages players

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is due to land this Friday, October 28, 2022. Despite everything, some lucky players have already been able to get their hands on their copy before time. The opportunity to discover the amount of data housed on the game disc … And as much to say that it is ridiculously low.

Credits: Activision

As you probably know, players will be able to get their hands on Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, the next installment in Activision’s flagship series, starting this Friday, October 28, 2022 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.

Admittedly, some have already been able to browse the single-player campaign thanks to the early access offered with pre-orders, but the kick-off for the full experience (solo and multiplayer) is scheduled for this evening at midnight. As per usual, however, lucky players managed to get the game in physical version before the set date. The opportunity for users to discover the amount of data housed on the game disc.

cod mw2 disk size
Credits: Destruction Games via Twitter

70 MB on Call of Duty MW2 disk and that’s it

And as much to say that it is ridiculously weak. As players have noted with bewilderment, the cake only contains… 70 MB of data. This represents either 0.07223% of the total capacity of a BluRay. However, if you know the games in the series a bit, you know that the latest Call of Duty are not known to be featherweight. Between the packs for Solo mode, Multiplayer mode, Special Ops mode and Warzone, the weight of the previous Modern Warfare easily exceeded 100 GB and this MW2 is no exception to the rule.

In other words, gamers who preferred to opt for a physical version in the hope of saving storage space on their console will still have to download tens and tens of GB of data. Unsurprisingly, players cry foul at this unfortunate discovery: “I know people sometimes say that the discs only contain the licenses and you still have to download the whole game, but this is the first time that’s actually been the case. Even the previous few CODs contained some game data. Huge shame on Activision for falling so low and also shame on Sony for allowing them to print this.” blasts renowned insider Destruction Games on Twitter.

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