Activision has announced the dates (via: PCGamesN) and hours of download for the new patch for Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, both can be downloaded tomorrow (the day after tomorrow in some territories), but their content as such will not be available until June 17 when a lot of content will arrive to both titles as it is customary.
The patch for Black Ops Cold War will be available at 9 PM PDT on June 15, which means that in most countries in America we will be able to download it that same night, although some will be able to download it on 16 at 1 AM. This patch will weigh 21.6 GB without the HD pack and 30 GB with it. In addition, you will need between 60 and 90 GB to install it, the patch will not occupy all that space but it will need it temporarily for the installation
For its part, Warzone will have its download available at 9 PM PDT on June 16, so the same will happen with the schedules, only a day later. This patch will weigh between 12 and 13 GB depending on whether you still have Modern Warfare installed and you will need 30 GB to be able to install it. Gameplay and content will be available on both titles on June 18 at 9 PM PDT.
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Warzone will receive new sights like downed satellites and red doors. In addition, there is a new gulag, a motorcycle as a new vehicle, and three operators who will join in throughout the season. Meanwhile, Black Ops Cold War there are new game modes that are variations of already known modes, as well as new weapons and the same operators as Warzone.
The one that stands out the most in Jackal, a masked South African operator that must be purchased with the battle pass to be able to play with him. Both games will receive more content but the vast majority will have to be discovered when it is available on June 18 at 9 PM PDT. You can discover some details in the COD website.