Infinity Ward has confirmed that for PS4 users, the high res textures for Call of Duty: Ghosts are automatically installed. The installation can up to 15 minutes, but if you’re playing while it’s installing, it’ll take 30+.

To our PS4 fans, #CODGhosts installs the high-res textures in the background once the disk is in your system. We estimate it takes about 10-15 minutes. And possibly 30+ if you’re playing while it’s still installing. Unfortunately, there’s no way to see the progress of when it’s complete. Once complete, you’ll see the high-res textures in-game.

SOURCE: Infinity Ward



  • Johnny Neat

    What about multiplayer?

    • Birchy

      Textures throughout the entire game mate

      • Johnny Neat

        When? I haven’t noticed any up date and its the 19th.

  • Brandalf

    Let me guess, PS4 players don’t have to deal with the texture tearing us PC gamers do? IW needs to get their shit together regarding the PC version.

    • tha_online_gamertz

      I thought people were saying the pc was superior xD

      • Jacky Liang

        Not trying to fan the flames of console vs PC, but it’s hard to expect a machine to run something that’s not optimized for it. Time over time, people with beast machines, even dual Titans, cant play the game smooth. Instead of saying “can it run Crysis,” you gotta ask “but can it run Ghosts?”

        • Chris Mason

          You know, it really is a shame that a console can play a game better than a PC. I mean that sincerely. If a PC company released a “console” that was dedicated to gaming and didn’t cost as much as Alien ware, I’d be down to throw in the controller. Provided it could actually deliver.

          • Brandalf

            *cough* Steam machines *cough*

      • Brandalf

        The developers certainly wanted us to believe that, but generally speaking the only difference between COD on PC and console these days is the input method. This game is pretty poorly optimized for PC. The fact that people with dual GTX Titans struggle to run this game has nothing to do with how demanding it is, but how poorly optimized it is for PC.

        • falahcod

          You’ve got Battlefield 4.

          • Brandalf

            Battlefied 4 at launch was no better from what I understand, possibly worse. Some of it’s issues on PC persist as well. I played the beta and wasn’t impressed with the game at all. Way, way too similar to BF3 and it performed like shit. I have BF3 with premium, I didn’t see a reason to get BF4. From talking to my friends that do have it, I made the right call.

            This year has just not been a good year for PC and FPS games at launch. Another game with massive issues at launch was Takedown: Red Saber.

        • Stick Man

          *Looks at my derp desktop. GTX 560 2gb….. 80-90 fps with all those fancy pc settings maxed out.


    • Primey_

      Never had this problem and I play the pc version

      • Brandalf

        Consider yourself lucky then, everyone I play with has had the issue to varying degrees. AMD or Nvidia GPUs. Mid range to high-end as well.

  • Ryumoau

    i hate the new install system for ps4. Theres no longer a progress bar when you manually install a game from the UI menu. I can’t tell if its frozen or still installing, since all it shows is a generic loading circle.

    • ThatxGamer

      yes there is……

      • Stick Man

        Me on Steam. *Pre-loads the 40gb game. Game releases, missing files and errors. Reinstalls the 40gb.

    • Moeen

      If you go to notifications, theres a download section, where you can see the progress bars for everything

      • Ryumoau

        oh i see, thanks.

    • lolwut

      I think you answered your own question… there is a loading circle…

      Count yourself lucky you don’t have to wait 25 minutes before getting to play the game like on Xbox One!