Apex Legends was first released two years ago as a cross-platform Battle Royale game, developed by Response Entertainment (the same people behind Titanfall) and published by Electronic Arts. Recently, EA announced that the game is coming to the mobile platform, although it will be a little different than the current experience on PCs and consoles.
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The mobile version looks like the current version for PCs and consoles, at least from the initial screenshot shots of the currently available solution, although EA is not yet giving us a look at the controls or the game interface. The announcement notes that the game will be free-to-play just like any other platform, but will not be cross-play with a PC or console.
“Starting later this month, we will launch the first regional test of the mobile version of Apex Legends Mobile. Apex Legends Mobile It’s specially designed for touch screens. Its streamlined controls and thoughtful optimization have created the most advanced battle royale battle on the phone. It’s a new version of Apex Legends, but it’s faithful to the original.” Apex Legends games developers said in a blog post, “
Apex Legends Mobile will launch in limited beta in India and the Philippines and only on Android devices. Electronic Arts plan to implement iOS support and include more territories in more tests. When the game will arrive in all regions, there is no official release date – at least, not yet.