Call of Duty: Cold War – Black Ops is set to release on November 13 for a large range of platforms. Now, it doesn’t matter if you’re a console or a PC player, this Activision published game will require a huge load of free space on your gaming system.
The inflation when it comes to the storage requirement of CoD games is baffling. Honestly, this shouldn’t even be a surprise. Why would a next-gen game be an exception?
Luckily, this con was kept in mind by Activision. As a result, those who preordered the digital copy of the game are being handed a major advantage. They can preload CoD: Cold War – Black Ops.
The only downfall here is that if you are a PC user, you’ll have to wait for five more days in contrast to console players.
Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War preload times
- PlayStation® 4: Pre-loading will be available on November 5th at 9 PM. PT.
- Xbox One: Pre-loading will be available on November 5th at 9 PM. PT.
- PC: Pre-loading will be available on November 10th at 10AM PT.
- Next Generation Consoles: Pre-loading will be available on their respective launch dates (November 10th for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, November 12th for PlayStation 5).
How to preload the game on PS4/PS5?
In order to preload Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War, players will have to go to the game’s page on PlayStation Store. From there, you can download it only if you’ve pre-ordered the game.
How to preload the game on Xbox One/Xbox Series X/S?
Go to Microsoft Store, look for Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War’s title page, and download it.
How to preload the game on PC?
PC users can go to Battle.net and after preloading it, the game can be found on the “Partner Games” Section of the site’s launcher.