Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is already a massive game. At launch, it needed 175GB of storage space. Then came the August update, pushing this up to 200GB. Now, it’s too big for a 250GB SSD.
Twitter user @BattleNonSense showed an image of just that happening. While there’s no mention of the exact amount of space the game now takes up, it does show that it is taking more than the 232GB of available space the SSD has.
— Battle(non)sense (@BattleNonSense) October 3, 2020
And this may be a problem that’s exclusive to PC. On consoles, players of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare have the option to install each segment of the game separately. If they were into the campaign, they could install just that. And once they were done, they can then delete that and download the Special Ops mode or Warzone if they wanted. But for whatever reason, the option is not available for PC players.
But the larger problem, no pun intended, is the amount of space Call of Duty: Modern Warfare takes up in the first place. It’s strange that you’ll need to dedicate an entire drive to a single game to begin with. And when a whole drive is not enough to store a single game, it’s pretty obvious that there’s some bloat that needs trimming.