Call of Duty: Ghosts 50GB PC specs not official, Activision says

Wednesday, 9th October 2013 05:52 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Call of Duty: Ghosts might not require a whopping 50GB of your hard drive space after all, which would, let’s face it, be quite a relief.

A tweet from Activision Support today said that the minimum requirements released by Nvidia are “unfortunately” not official.

“Please stay tuned for the official requirements coming soon, thank you,” the account added.

Before you get too excited, minimum requirements released by Nvidia and AMD do usually turn out to be quite accurate when official specs are released.

It’s interesting timing, as Ubisoft recently denounced a set of tech specs for Watch Dogs, only to publish a new set with some demanding requirements.

The sudden jump in minimum requirements this year may be a sign that developers are feeling more comfortable developing PC ports with performance well above current-gen consoles, thanks to the imminent arrival of the PS4 and Xbox One.



  1. dsr

    Well, 50GB CAN make sense if you think about it. For example, 30GB for singleplayer with lots of cinematics and stuff, and then 20 GB for multiplayer, with each installed separately or together.
    But still I wonder how they will squeeze it on 360 DVDs which are only 9GB.

    #1 12 months ago
  2. unacomn

    50GB would have made sense if the cinematics were 4K videos, not rendered in game.

    Skyrim and The Witcher 2 are only 35 GB combined! And they’re about as huge as games get.

    #2 12 months ago
  3. Max Payne

    Cod doesn’t have cut scenes, its all in game.

    #3 12 months ago
  4. YoungZer0

    @3: ‘cept the opening.

    #4 12 months ago
  5. Knight Of Justice

    Told ya people.
    50 GB and 6 GB minimum couldn’t be official.

    #5 12 months ago
  6. Legendaryboss

    Still working on compressing that Dog and Fish AI ;)

    #6 12 months ago
  7. Pytox

    @6 haaha :D

    #7 12 months ago

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