Clear out your internal storage, this is a big one.
Considering the fact that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is going to compile remasters of three games that are roughly a decade old (give or take a couple of years), you wouldn’t expect its system requirements on PC to be very demanding. And they’re not- except for the storage space requirement.
Courtesy of the game’s official Steam page, we now know what the game’s minimum and system requirements are. While they’re pretty modest in terms of GPU (GTX 760 for minimum, GTX 1070 for recommended) and CPU (i5 3570 for minimum, i7-770 for recommended), the game will require 120 GB of free storage space.
BioWare have said that they have upresed and redone tens of thousands of assets across all three games. Even so, while that does explain why the collection will be larger in size than the original releases, 120 GB still seems like a bit much. Check out the full requirements below.