Apex Legends, one of the most well-known cross-platform battle royale games, was released two years ago by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. And now, in exciting news for gamers, EA has revealed that the game will be released on mobile devices, though the experience will differ from that on PCs and consoles.
Hurry up Guys!
Just a few thousand players are allowed to participate in the beta at first. The beta edition of Apex Legends Mobile will be available first to players in India and the Philippines. However, it is expected to be extended to more countries in the future. The publisher has also announced that the first beta would only be available on Android at first. iOS support will be added later, although no date has been set as of yet.
Before the final version is released, beta testing is expected to last around a year.
Here is a link to pre-register.
About Apex Legends:
Apex Legends has been a big success on PC and consoles, but the mobile version of the game does not support cross-play due to its smaller screen size. It means that a player on a PC/console and a player on a mobile device cannot compete in the same match. It’s not a novel concept. Cross-platform support was also missing from the smartphone versions of PUBG and Call of Duty. What’s even better is that Apex Legends Mobile will be completely free to play, with no in-game purchases granting players a competitive advantage.
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