Apex Legends Download Size & System Requirements

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Since launching, Apex Legends has grown in size dramatically. Given that there has been an abundance of new legends, maps, and other content added to the battle royale, this is understandable. As for system requirements, Apex Legends is also capable of being run on most gaming rigs too.

In this guide, we explain the minimum and recommend system requirements for Apex Legends, as well as the download size.

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Apex Legends PC Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: AMD FX 4350 or Equivalent, Intel Core i3 6300 or Equivalent
  • GPU: AMD Radeon™ HD 7730, NVIDIA GeForce® GT 640
  • RAM: 6GB
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Apex Legends PC Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Ryzen 5 CPU or Equivalent
  • GPU: AMD Radeon™ R9 290, NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 970
  • RAM: 8GB
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Apex Legends Download Size & Availability

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In terms of download size, Apex Legends was once less than 25GB. With the introduction of new maps, legends, and other mechanics, the game has understandably grown in size. Apex Legends now requires players to have a minimum of 56GB available space.

Apex Legends is free-to-play (with in-game cosmetic purchases) for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Origin and Steam. Apex Legends Mobile will also be available on iOS and Android devices in 2022.

For more Apex Legends content, check out whether you can cross-play here. Alternatively, we talk about all the best landing spots for the battle-royale here, too. For something different, check out our piece on LGBTQIA+ representation in the title. Now, good luck in combat!

This article was updated by on 23rd December 2021 by Kelsey Raynor. Contributions from Rob Kalajian.