Call of Duty WW2 pre-load live on Xbox One – file size won’t break your system

By Matt Martin
16 October 2017 08:26 GMT

Call of Duty WW2 is now available to pre-load on Xbox One.

The first-person shooter isn’t out until November 3, but if you’re on Microsoft’s console you can get the jump and pre-load it. You won’t be able to play it until launch, and you can probably expect a day one patch as these things are pretty much standard now.

As revealed on Reddit, Call of Duty WW2 is 45 GB in size, which considering some recent downloads, seems rather reasonable. Shadow of War on PC clocked in at 98 GB, and Froza 7 hit almost 100 GB on Xbox One when you include the 50GB day-one patch.

At the time of writing pre-load isn’t available yet for PS4.


Activision released a bunch of live-action trailers for Call of Duty WW2 last night, focusing on getting lapsed COD players back together.

Last week a whole bunch of previously unseen Nazi Zombies details leaked, alongside all maps for multiplayer.

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