Activision has confirmed that the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered combo pack will require 130GB of free space on your console’s hard drive.

Earlier this week, the gaming website Charlie Intel, leaked the back of the official PS4 game case and revealed the 130GB of necessary free space. Shortly afterward, Activision took to the Call of Duty game blog to confirm in a list of frequently asked questions that this was indeed correct information.

While this may not be too much of a hassle for players with an external hard drive, the majority of console gamers who play with whatever internal memory they have access to may need to delete old games. If you are someone that needs to delete older titles off of your 500GB – 1TB hard drive, this may be a good time to go through your library and get rid of old betas, demos and forgotten games.

The unsually large space requirement isn’t for nothing. In addition of two full games with high-end graphics, Activision also took into account the day one patches for both games as well as future DLC. Essentially meaning that the developers wanted to make sure gamers had enough space for the entire experience which will be available before the end of this year.

If you are a gamer who wants access to both Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and the Modern Warfare Remastered, you’ll need to make sure you clear up space by the time it launches on November 4.

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