EA and Respawn officially announced the launch of Apex Legends mobile game with a limited regional release for 10 regions starting next week.
Kodoani.com – Since its launch in early 2019, Apex Legends has grown to become one of the most popular battle royale games in the world. The popular shooter recently kicked off its twelfth competitive season with a new limited-time mode, a new look for the game’s popular Olympus map, and the release of the game’s newest playable character. is Mad Maggie. Along with lots of new content being announced for the new season, Respawn Entertainment and EA are also developing a mobile version of the game with a recent announcement revealing that fans won’t have to wait much longer.
A mobile version of Apex Legends was released early last year with Respawn officially confirming a version of the game would be coming to Android and iOS devices through beta tests in the region. While many fans expect a mobile version to match contemporaries like Fortnite and PUBG: Battlegrounds, game director Chad Grenier has previously confirmed that the battle royale’s arrival on mobile devices is coming. will be a “new version” designed and optimized for touch screen control. Now, after several beta testing periods, EA has announced a limited regional launch next week for Apex Legends Mobile.
A statement from Apex Legends on Wednesday officially confirmed that Apex Legends Mobile will launch in 10 select regions next week and more will be added following the regional launch. The initial launch will be limited to players in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Colombia and is expected to remain limited throughout the spring. For a limited time in the region, players will be able to choose from a curated Apex roster featuring fan-favorite characters like Wraith, Caustic, and Bloodhound.
Apex Legends Mobile is coming! Starting next week, a limited regional launch for iOS + Android will be available in select countries.
Read our new FAQ for full details. For players in other regions, we’ll have more to share in the coming weeks.
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In the announcement post, Respawn also revealed some other restrictions for players in regions who want to get in on the action before the mobile version launches globally. Due to the positioning of the game as a mobile-only optimized version, Apex Legends Mobile will not feature cross-play with the PC or console versions. Due to technical limitations of the game, Apex Legends Mobile will also not be supported on Android devices with less than 3GB RAM and on iOS devices with less than 2GB RAM.
As Apex Legends enters 2022, Respawn and EA have given longtime fans of the game a lot to look forward to throughout the year. Not only is the mobile version coming, the developers are also working on the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 versions of Apex Legends with recent leaks suggesting a PS5 version has been added to the database. PlayStation Network data. Between new content and new ways to experience Apex Legends, the popular shooter will continue to dominate throughout 2022.
Apex Legends Mobile will release next week for Android and iOS in certain regions and will launch globally later.