The game has regularly received large updates since its release in October 2019, leading to criticism from some players frustrated with the amount of space it occupies on their hard drive.
Modern Warfare production director Paul Haile apologised for the situation earlier this year and said developer Infinity Ward was “constantly trying to fight back against both download size and disk footprint”.
PlayStation users were also able to pre-load Modern Warfare and Warzone’s Season 6 update ahead of its launch in September.
It was the second Warzone and Modern Warfare season PlayStation has allowed players to pre-load, following criticism of the games’ increasing file size.
“It’s a priority for us to keep working on reducing the overall size of MW & WZ on your hard drives, but at the same time also delivering new seasons for everyone to enjoy,” Haile said in August. “We’ll continue to work on this and keep pushing space reductions out with future updates.”
Over the weekend Infinity Ward removed a Call of Duty Warzone exploit that was allowing players to use infinite Tactical items.