The activation of the Season 2 of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone is done – the starting shot sounded this morning. Along with the launch, new updates will be available that will display the new content for the two first-person shooters. This can lead to problems with storage space on a standard PS4 with a 500 GB hard drive. In one current blog entry Activision and Treyarch warn for the first time that Modern Warfare / Warzone and Black Ops Cold War may no longer completely fit on the hard drive.

"If you have installed both games and kept them up to date with all updates, you will probably have to delete individual game content that is not required in order to be able to successfully download and install the current Warzone patch," says the blog entry. The developers therefore advise players on a standard PS4 to free up space on the hard drive if Modern Warfare or Warzone and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War should be used (buy now € 53.99 ) fully installed with all game modes and packs.

For example, to delete individual content from Black Ops Cold War, press the R3 button on your controller in the main menu and then switch to file management. There you can remove individual game modes that you are currently no longer playing. In Modern Warfare or Warzone, on the other hand, you press the options button in the main menu and switch to the General tab. Then scroll down to edit the game installation. On PS4, the current Warzone update is 17 gigabytes. The Black Ops Cold War patch brings 10.5 gigabytes to the download scales. Which Content you in Season 2 you can read about it in a separate article at this link.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Trailer with a preview of the new Season 2 content

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