With each generation of video game consoles, games continue to get bigger and better. Worlds are teeming with detail, and continue to stretch beyond the horizon. Character models are intricately detailed, and the sheer amount of quests and content for players to work their way through has crept up into the hundreds of hours to complete. So here, we’re looking at the 10 biggest games of all time, ranked by their install size.
A quick note here, to save this from being a very repetitive list of Call of Duty titles, we’ve bundled most of those together and focused on the latest (and largest) entry, except for…
10. Call of Duty: Warzone – 95 GB
Yeah, that’s right, kicking off our list of enormous games is Call of Duty’s take on the popular Battle Royale genre, Warzone.
Having initially started off with just the one map – Verdansk – the game has since added in another, incorporated weapons from Black Ops Cold War, and even dropped zombies onto the map in recent weeks.
Now, you’re probably sat there thinking “Well shucks, 95 GB for a Battle Royale seems a little extreme,” and you’d be right to think that. Fortnite weighs in around 25 GB on a Series X, the same console where Warzone’s file size is 95 GB.
Once you load up Warzone and begin playing, though, it’s abundantly clear why. Warzone feels so fast and fluid to play, while always managing to remain gorgeous in the process. Even when a sniper’s trying to put bullets in your face, GORGEOUS!
Throw in the fact it’s a huge map with a ton of different weapons and loadouts to take into account and that 95 GB doesn’t seem quite so outrageous for what you get.