We’ve all had a bit of time to accept that storage space management is very much a thing on the PlayStation 5, but now it’s down to both the platform holder and publishers to ensure we have the tools we need to better manage the content on our console. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has a really interesting solution: you can actually delete modes you’re not playing.
For example, if you’re a big co-op Zombies player but never touch the competitive multiplayer, then you can save 40GB of space. Or alternatively, if you’re not interested in the Dead Ops Arcade mini-game, then you can ditch that and claw back a cool 10GB. It’s not the first title to try something like this, but we thought it was worth mentioning in this post-SSD climate we’re living in.