Nintendo Switch owners, it's almost time to explore the world of Pandora. Borderlands Legendary Collection is launching on Nintendo's hybrid console on May 29, and we know you're dying to know when its release times are, as well as how big its file size is. Well, wonder no more, Vault Hunter. We're here to provide details to both of those queries. Read on to see when it's available to play in your region and how much SSD or HDD space you'll need to install it. When can I play Borderlands Legendary Collection on Nintendo Switch? Image via nintendo.co.uk That depends on what part of the world you live in. Switch owners in America, especially those on the West coast, will have the first opportunity to get their hands on Borderlands Legendary Collection, but the rest of you won't be far behind. Take a look below for a full list of times specific to your region of the world: May 28th \u2013 21:00 PDTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 EDTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 BSTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 JSTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 SGTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 AESTMay 29th \u2013 00:00 NZST How big is the Switch download size for Borderlands Legendary Collection? Image via nintendo.co.uk Thanks to a Nintendo press release distributed after the game's reveal during March's Nintendo Direct Mini, we know that the physical version's cartridge will hold 8 GB worth of data. This cartridge holds most of the information required for Borderlands: Game of the Year, but you'll have to download the extra 6.6 GB from the Nintendo eShop to have the full game. As for the other titles in the collection -- Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel -- you'll need to download them too. They'll set you back 35 GB, so you'll definitely need an external hard drive to install them as they won't fit on the Switch's internal 32 GB SSD. The game's Amazon listing shows that 42 GB is required to download these elements, which lines up with the 35 GB and 6.6 GB download sizes. Finally, for anyone wondering, Borderlands Legendary Collection will run at full 1080p at 30FPS, according to developer Gearbox. Not too shabby, if you ask us.