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The PlayStation 4 edition of Mass Effect Legendary Edition will reportedly require up to 101 GB of free hard drive space. This is according to PlayStation Game Size, which tweeted out the file sizes for both the base game (68 GB US, 87 GB EU) and overall download sizes (~80 GB US, ~101 GB EU) for the heavily anticipated compilation last week. The day-one update (1.01) of the game will also weigh in at around 11 GB (US) and 13 GB (EU).

Legendary Edition will feature enhanced visuals, gameplay improvements, over 40 pieces of DLC and a modernised version of the original game. All three single-player games (multiplayer is not included) will feature remastered character models, “tens of thousands” of improved textures, new shaders and VFX, updated lighting and improved shadows, plus volumetrics and depth-of-field […].

Sources: PlayStation Game Size, VGC

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  1. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 34118, member: 215″]
    So what is missing in the US version? 20gb is a lot of content.

    I would think some additional language packs

  2. [QUOTE=”Denpepe, post: 34140, member: 284″]
    I would think some additional language packs
    19GB is probably every word from every language currently spoken on Earth, and then some.

  3. Sheesh!

    That character model looks just like wax from the OG Xbox/PS2 generation!

    So embarrassing for a today’s dev team to be proud to release this awful looking garbage and to call it a remaster.

    What’s the most disturbing part of all this BS is, though, is that some of our fellow gamers have preordered this BS and they already own the OG series! 😨

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