The critically acclaimed battle royale, which serves as a spiritual successor to the underappreciated Titanfall 2, i.e., Apex Legends is coming to mobile devices. It’s a smart move in the making, especially in a time when almost every major game has a mobile port.
Fortnite, PUBG, Call of Duty, and even Genshin Impact have all made their way to smartphones (just to name a few). Here’s everything you need to know about Apex Legends’ mobile release, including its release date, crossplay, beta access, and more.
What is the Release Date of Apex Legends Mobile?
Apex Legends Mobile has yet to be given a specific release date. However, there have been rumors and leaks pointing to either the third quarter (July-September) or late May in 2022.
Take these with a grain of salt, as neither EA nor Respawn Entertainment have confirmed anything.
Will there be a Beta Version of Apex Legends Mobile?
The game is currently being tested in closed beta. Regrettably, it appears to be limited to the following countries:
As testing progresses, more regions will be added to the beta. You’ll have to keep an eye on that and keep up with the game’s Google Play Store page.
Will Apex Legends Mobile Feature Cross-Play?
Apex Legends Mobile is, unfortunately, its own game. As a result, it will lack cross-play functionality with players on all other platforms.
It’ll still be the same free-to-play game we’ve been enjoying on console and PC, but it won’t be able to compete with the current builds on other platforms due to some obvious limitations.
Will Apex Legends Mobile Be Available for iOS and Android?
Because the game is currently in Closed Beta, it is only available on Android. As a result, it’s only available on the Play Store. To play the game, you’ll need Android 6.0 or higher, so keep that in mind.
As the game gets closer to its official release, iOS support will be added.
Apex Legends is available now on Xbox One, Xbox One S/X, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Well, that’s all we know so far about the release date of Apex Legends Mobile and its Beta Access. We hope this guide helped you.
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