Apex Legends Mobile Download Size & System Requirements

The official release date for Apex Legends Mobile has finally been announced. The mobile version of one of the most popular battle royale games in the world is slated to be released on May 17th, 2022. The release will also mark the beginning of the first ranked season. Everything is set and ready for fans to enjoy the ride. But, how much storage do you need to allocate in order to download Apex Legends Mobile? In this guide, you will find the Apex Legends Mobile download file size and system requirements.

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Apex Legends Mobile Download Size, System Requirements

Apex Legends Mobile Download File Size

The mobile version of Apex Legend is not the same game as the PC and console versions. While they share the same universe and characters, they act as two separate games with their own mechanics and graphics. As expected, the visuals in Apex Legends Mobile have been downgraded in order for the game to run smoothly on a vast variety of mobile devices.

So no, don’t worry, you don’t need to have 70GB available for Apex Legends Mobile, which is how much you need on the PC. Apex Legends Mobile is much smaller compared to its “big brother”. In order to download and install Apex Mobile, you’ll only need around 3GB of free space. The download file size is 1.34GB, and then you need some more for the installation. Make sure to have enough space before starting the download.

Apex Legends Mobile System Requirements

If you are wondering will you be able to play Apex Legends Mobile on your device, we have the answer. Respawn has revealed the official system requirements for both iOS and Android devices. Check out if your device meet them:

  • Apex Legends Mobile system requirements for Android
    • OS – Android 6.0 or above
    • SoC – Snapdragon 435/ Hisilicon Kirin 650/ Mediatek Helio P20/ Exynos 7420
    • RAM – at least 2GB
  • Apex Legends Mobile system requirements for iOS
    • OS – iOS 11.0 or above
    • iPhone 6S or later
    • CPU – A9
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