Xbox Series S Users Will Have To Give Up 50% Of Their Hard Drive Capacity To Play Warzone

Gamers are brimming with anticipation as Sony and Microsoft gear up to release their next-gen consoles in November. However, those keen on getting Microsoft’s cheaper Xbox Series S will probably be disheartened to learn they will need to give up half of their precious hard drive space if they want to play Call of Duty Warzone.

The Activision title is among the most popular multiplayer shooters around and, considering all it has to offer, it demands quite a lot from a device’s HD. The Xbox Series S will be a lot cheaper than the Series X but that leaves it lacking in hard drive space, with a capacity of just 512 GB. Warzone, on the other hand, is over 250 GB in size, which will leave users with less than 250 GB for other digital games.

For Xbox One users looking to carry the game over to their next-gen consoles – if they’re going for the Series S – there might be a choice to make. Would they rather spend the extra cash on storage to ensure you could have Warzone, as well as other games on there, comfortably or save money and go with less space? It’s not a decision we imagine gamers want to make.

The upcoming releases will likely have an impact on competitive gaming, with esports now recognized as a viable discipline. Sports betting companies should expect even more new signups and, given that many of them are now offering signup bonuses to esports fans, betting on gaming has never been more attractive.

Many sportsbooks offer no-deposit offers to new customers, along with plenty of other perks. A no-deposit offer essentially allows one to place wagers without risking any of their own money and one can typically be offered upon signup. Folks can definitely win real money off of a no-deposit bet and, while most bookies don’t hand you the free stake if you make a winning bet, you get to keep your winnings.

Call of Duty is among the popular titles included in esports betting but the Call of Duty League has already hosted its final for the season and is now looking to put together a second campaign. In the meantime, esports fans could find bets on other popular games such as CS: GO, Dota 2, and League of Legends, with leagues hosting tournaments featuring all three at the moment.

As mentioned above, many of the top bookmakers offer odds on esports and you should definitely take advantage of no-deposit bets if you’re offered. Betting sites like Betway and support live streaming of esports competitions and make them available to fans who place bets. The aforementioned sportsbooks also offer some of the most competitive odds available. 

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