The shooting game masterpiece “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II” was officially launched a few days ago. Players who pre-ordered the game earlier also received the game CD, but they were quite surprised that the capacity of the CD was only 72MB. PS5 players found when they installed the game that they needed to download the entire game in its entirety, which involved up to 150GB of space.
In other words, the game company Activision only provides players with a disc without content, forcing players who buy the physical version of the game to connect to download the game, just like customers who buy the digital version. This arrangement has been criticized in the past because it hindered saving games, forced players to perform firmware upgrades, and more seriously, the version players downloaded may not work properly after a few years.
For some players with limited broadband data or slow download speeds, the practice of “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II” directly affects the experience, and some players say that it leads to higher electricity bills and is not environmentally friendly. Some game console KOLs pointed out that the game itself is about 35GB, but after installing the first day patch, it becomes 150GB, which is quite excessive, but Activision provides a disc without game content, which cannot be compared with the first day patch at all.
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