Apex Legends

Apex Legends is finally coming to Nintendo Switch in around a month, and if you’re thinking about playing the game on the go, you’d better free some space on your console, as the game developed by Respawn is going to require quite a bit of it.

A new listing on the Nintendo Switch eShop has gone live, revealing the Apex Legends file size. While the game is listed as requiring around 15 GB of free space, the description found in the listing actually mentions that the game will require at least 30 GB of free storage space. If you do not own a Micro SD card or any other external storage option for your Switch, now is definitely the right time to invest in one.

Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch has been developed by Panic Button, the great development studio that has often worked magic to bring some of the best multiplatform titles to Nintendo Switch like DOOM and DOOM Eternal. No one has managed to see how the game runs on Switch yet, but it is most likely going to be an amazing port and a more than decent way to enjoy the experience crafted by Respawn on the go.

Apex Legends launches on Nintendo Switch on March 9.

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