Hardware requirements of the new Call of Duty game - a solid machine and a lot of space
The next chapter of the CoD: Black Ops franchise is scheduled for November 13th. Today, Activision announced the configuration of the "Cold War". The list is quite extensive, as three more (preferably with ray tracing, competition, and ultra RTX) have been added to the established categories (necessary and desirable). The hardware range is, therefore, larger, and the space that the game will occupy immediately caught the eye. Multiplayer mode alone requires 50 gigabytes of space, while the single-player campaign will play it at 175. In the strongest category, it reaches around 250! So with 64-bit Windows.
Processor: Intel Core i3-4340 / AMD FX-6300
Graphics: GeForce GTX 670 or 1650 / Radeon HD 7950
Memory: 8 GB
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K / Ryzen R5 1600X
Graph: GTX 970 or GTX 1660 Super / Radeon R9390 or RX 580
Memory: 12 GB
During the presentation of the annual financial report, the news came from the company that the new CoD will be integrated with Warzone from December. All weapons that the player unlocks on the way from the first to the 55th level will be available for use in the free battle royale game. In practice, this would save the Cold War owner's storage space, as there would be no need for a separate Warzone installation. The overflow will also benefit Activision, which thus strengthens the statistics on the number of players in both titles.