Call of Duty 2021: why is the announcement taking so long?

Call of Duty 2021: why is the announcement taking so long?

Call of Duty 2021

In the past weeks and months there has been a lot of speculation about the next episode of the shooter series Call of Duty, which some fans have called "Call of Duty 2021" for the sake of simplicity. In addition to speculation about the possible scenario, there were also indications of the responsible developer studio. But does the time of the rumors end and there is finally the official announcement?

If the well-known CoD leaker Tom Henderson has its way, the fans will have to be patient for better or worse. He recently spoke up on Twitter to talk about exactly this topic. It is not known which sources he refers to in his testimony. However, he said:

"Call of Duty 2021 will be revealed around the middle of the year, and it will be revealed via Warzone. The announcement is still a while away. The best guess would be August, similar to the Black Ops reveal Cold War. "

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File Size Blues: You Can’t Fit All Of Modern ‘Call Of Duty’ On A PS4

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Credit: Activision

Call of Duty’s file size has been the stuff of legend for a little while now, going back past Black Ops Cold War and into the Modern Warfare era. Things really got out of hand once Warzone came onto the scene, which does make a certain kind of sense: it is, at least sort of, a different game. But ever since then it’s been one of the largest games in the industry, forcing difficult hard drive management decisions for gamers of all stripes. And now, Activision admits that a base model PS4 no longer fits the current, complete, Call of Duty experience.

This might not be a concern for a huge number of players, because the PS4 has come with a 1 TB hard drive since the slim model took over in 2017. But if you’ve got a 500 gb hard drive, you’ll have to make some decisions about which parts of the game you want to keep and which ones you’ll be uninstalling, which Activision noted on its blog:

“Those who own a standard PlayStation 4 with a default hard drive of 500 GB may need to make room if they have the full versions of Modern Warfare®/Warzone and Black Ops Cold War with all modes and packs installed.

Should you have both games installed and have kept up to date with updates, you may need to delete some unused Game Content to have a successful download and install of the Warzone patch tonight.”

Thankfully, this is sort of a particular situation, for those players that want to have absolutely everything from Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. I can understand needing to have one of these campaigns on your machine, but both might be a bit much. And you can get rid of content you’re not using, because both of the premium games are modular at this point. Activision details how to get rid of whatever you’re not using.

·      Black Ops Cold War: At the main menu, press R3 to go to “File Management.” You will then be able to delete any content you may not have played in a while. The exact content to choose can be found in the Storage Management article linked below.

·      Modern Warfare/Warzone: At the main menu, press Options, select the “General” tab, then scroll down to “Game Installs.” From here, you can delete any content you have not played in a while.

So while it’s a manageable problem, it’s still a remarkable one: you can fill up an entire console with just two, arguably three, games. One wonders if next year’s developers will work on the asset management side of things to bring file sizes down, but it might be difficult to do that with Warzone, which will remain the same game even when we transition to a new premium title.

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