- Call of Duty players will need to have the 100 GB COD HQ app installed on their devices to access Modern Warfare 3 beta.
- According to CharlieIntel, the beta will be released as an add-on to the HQ app.
- The size of the beta, combined with the size HQ app, soars up to about 125 GB
- Call of Duty players are not excited about it and they are sweating over what the size of the full game be with all its content.
- It is scheduled to be released on November 10 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
The Call of Duty franchise has been known to cause storage headaches to the players, and it appears they are set to continue with Modern Warfare 3. Activision has set the release of the first-person shooter game’s beta this week. To access the beta, players must have the Call of Duty HQ app preinstalled on their platform, which is approximately 100 GB in size, in addition to the beta itself, which is 25 GB.
This was reported by a renowned and reliable news source on Call of Duty, “CharlieIntel,” on their X(formerly Twitter) account. According to the post, the Modern Warfare 3 beta will not be a standalone download. Instead, it will be available as an add-on pack to the Call of Duty HQ app. The HQ app is designed to allow players access to all the current and future COD content in one place.
The Modern Warfare 3 beta will require players to have Call of Duty HQ downloaded to play, as the beta will be an add on pack to the HQ. The HQ app is around 100GB.
So if you don’t have COD downloaded yet and want to play the beta, be sure to download the Call of Duty base file. pic.twitter.com/tGcGBRGvFu
— CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) September 30, 2023
However, the size of Modern Warfare 3 beta is comparatively less than Modern Warfare 2 beta’s 27 GB. But this has done little to sway the worries of the fans. The combined size of the HQ app and Beta, which is about 125 GB, has players worried about the size of the full game. Content-wise it is going to be a lot bigger game than its predecessor.
The game is poised to have a new and fresh Warzone experience and, in a series first, a Modern Warfare 3 Zombie mode in addition to the single-player campaign and the multiplayer. So it can only be assumed that the game is definitely gonna eat up the SSD drives the Call of Duty fans. And, as expected, the fans are not enthusiastic about it, to say the least.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 beta will first go live from 6 to 7 October for PlayStation players who pre-ordered the title. Then it will be available for all PlayStation players from 8 to 10 October. The Xbox and PC players will have to wait their turn for a few days. PC and Xbox users who preorder will be able to access the beta along with all PlayStation players from 12 to 13 October.
The Open Beta will finally go live from 14 to 16 October. The players, notwithstanding their preorder status, from all platforms will be able to play. It will feature crossplay as well.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a reboot sequel of the 2011 version of the game of the same name. It is scheduled to be released on November 10 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
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