PS4, PC and Xbox One gamers will soon be able to download and play the remastered collection, albeit with some limitations.
If you own an original PS4 or Xbox One console, you will have less than 500GB of space to store all your games, unless you have an external storage setup.
And it has been revealed this week that anyone planning on playing through all three ME games will need to find a serious amount of free space.
New reports suggest that Mass Effect Legendary Edition will require around 100GB on certain consoles.
Meanwhile, the official Steam page lists the install size as around 120 GB at the lowest settings.
A message from EA explains: “Our goal from the onset was to improve and enhance the visuals while staying true to the original aesthetics of the trilogy that have become so iconic and genre-defining over the past decade.
“A remaster rather than remake allowed us to build upon the original assets in a way that resembles the polishing phase in a normal development cycle, while also being able to utilize the advantages of much more modern hardware and software.
“For those interested in the technical aspects of game development, it’s probably no surprise to hear that changing almost any asset or system can (and will) break something else. When a game is in its final state, it generally resembles a house of cards.
More news regarding this week’s Mass Effect Legendary Edition release is expected to be shared by developers BioWare before the final launch date.
This is likely to include when gamers will be able to start playing across PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms.
And it should also be noted that the final download size for Mass Effect Legendary Edition has not been confirmed for console yet, meaning this remains a report for now.
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