This indicates that the day one update is replacing a large portion of game files, not adding to them.
Black Ops 4 might be a particularly extreme example but unfortunately giant installs, and day one patches, have become an everyday part of video game launches. Blackout can be played as soon as update installation/download reaches 30% on either PS4, or Xbox One.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players who decide to get the game's physical version may have to wait the longest to play the game at launch. 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. If you find that size a bit too big, there's a little bit of good news though, according to Activision, players can play Blackout in full with just 30 percent installed (about 16-20GB), though you'll need to download and install a day one update completely in order to play Multiplayer, Zombies or Specialist Headquarters.
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Black Ops 4 also has a new amount of space that must be made free on consoles to accommodate the game. The final installation footprint will be approximately 55 GB. Not really worth the drive to the game store. Shared earlier today, the post outlines the expected installation size on both systems, as well as the required space needed to install the game and its day one update. While GAME's move is considerate, it comes because retail chains tend to demand that physical versions launch alongside their digital counterparts.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out October 12 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.