This is likely without taking into consideration a possible day 1 patch that will be available closer to launch, so the size will be higher once the day 1 patch is factored into it.
The final game size after installation and download of the patch should be 55GB on either console.
According to the Activision support website, the Black Ops 4 file size will be at 50GB on both PS4 and Xbox One!
For those buying the game digitally on either Xbox One or PS4, you'll be looking at a total of 55 GB to download. On PlayStation 4 you'll need to have more room set aside, though, as it states that for an "optimized download experience" you'll want 112 GB of free hard drive space.
Are you anxious about having to download 50GB for Black Ops 4, or does it not bother you?
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The massive day one patch is only for people who have pre-ordered the physical editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on consoles, but it's required so that you'll be able to play all the modes in the game. Blackout is fully playable once installation is about 30% complete (approximately 16-20 GB).
The update seems to be adding necessary components for the multiplayer modes, including Zombies, Specialist Headquarters, and the new Battle Royale mode Blackout. In order to play Blackout before the full installation is complete, select "Update to Latest Version" when the prompt appears.
The day one update package is roughly 50 GB.
The digital version clocks in at 55GB for the game and its patch on day one - and it also means you'll not need to switch out discs. Raru pre-orders can expect delivery on Thursday too.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is scheduled to release later this week on October 12th.