By Nick Schwartz |
May 19, 2020 2: 23 pm
As we near the end of the PS4 and Xbox One generation, games have gradually gotten bigger and better over the years – for better and worse. Gamers have dozens of massive Triple-AAA quality games to choose from, but as graphics have improved and games have gotten bigger, so have the download sizes. Unless you’re using an external hard drive to help solve storage issues, it’s likely that you can’t keep all of the games on your hard drive that you’d like to, as there simply isn’t enough space.
Call of Duty: Warzone, a megapopular free-to-play hit, isn’t helping things. Since releasing in March, Warzone has seen regular updates that have improved the game – but that also have caused the file size to balloon. On Tuesday, players discovered a new 1.21 update patch to download – adding another 30 GB of data to an already massive game.
Many players were understandably annoyed.