🔥Apex Legends Mobile release date, beta, leaks and what you don’t know
Apex Mobile is in closed beta now wait for Apex Legends Mobile release
There are some people who have managed to get their hands on a closed beta for the new mobile game Apex Legends Mobile. The tests only last in India and the Philippines as of now, but there’s even an initial listing on Google Play Store showing it will be released soon!
Hopefully, we’ll see full availability – or at least an open beta- by the end of 2020. There’s no promise yet though; that’s fine by us! In late 2022, EA initially confirmed Apex Legends Mobile could be released around this date so clearly, its release dates aren’t set in stone just yet.
After a game is released on mobile, developers have to make some changes. For example, the popular PUBG Mobile has its own tweaked map and added AI players compared with the main game while Call of Duty: Mobile allows you to play iconic characters from different console/PC games in this survival shooter title. Wild Rift adapted League Of Legends by shrinking down Map size so that it fits better into smartphones but still maintaining all features originally loved about MOBA gameplay such as level ranges ranging to 20Lvls where every match lasts around 40-50 minutes
Respawn hasn’t said how Apex Legends will differ from the base game, but we expect them to clarify later. The developers might adapt this battle royale shooter for smartphone screens by preserving its gameplay elements and they could also use different input methods like Call of Duty: Mobile did with automatic aim-down sights when available on mobile devices (no word yet).
What is Apex Legends Mobile?
It’s the newest battle royale game by Respawn Entertainment. Before its release, we’ve compiled everything you need to know as well as a wish list of what would be cool or helpful in this mobile version so it can live up to expectations!
Cut to the chase
- What is it? A mobile port of the popular battle royale game
- When is it out? Other than the beta, we don’t know
- How much will it cost? Likely – and hopefully – nothing
Apex Legends Mobile release date and price
Respawn has confirmed that Apex Legends Mobile beta is free to play, and will have a battle pass. This means players can purchase extra in-game items like skins for their characters or items exclusive between mobile game versions as well. We don’t yet know what kind of transactions there may be outside the standard gameplay mechanics such as buying energy with real money, but it’s possible Respawn plans on introducing them at some point down the line!
The Apex Legends Mobile release date is still unclear, but EA originally said it’ll come at some stage after December 1st, 2021. In addition, most similar mobile ports like Fortnite and PUBG are free with microtransactions instead of upfront payment as well.
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— Apex Legends Mobile Latest Leaks (@ApexLatest) June 22, 2020
It looks like we’re going to be getting a mobile game from Respawn soon! Apex Legends News announced that EA plans on rolling out their first beta tests “in the near future” for select countries, including India and the Philippines. This means there will only be limited slots available at first but more regions are expected over time in 2021 according to Apex Legends News. What game format do you think this could possibly take?
Apex Legends Mobile: everything we’ve heard
The latest Apex Legends update is now live, bringing with it a number of new features for mobile players. This includes some changes that were announced back in December and more to come! The most notable change being 50%XP Boosts on all platforms; these will last until March 15th so make sure you take advantage while they’re still around as this represents your chance at leveling up before season two starts next month (April).
Additionally, there are adjustments made based on what’s happening during gameplay such as increased clone rewards if teammates die near an enemy death zone or shotgun rounds dropping when headshots occur – though not guaranteed by design unlike other places like health pickups which always appear reliably every time we use them
We’d like to officially introduce you to Apex Legends Mobile!
Beginning later this month, we’ll be kicking off the first regional beta tests. Peep the link below for more info from Game Director, Chad Grenier.
— Respawn (@Respawn) April 19, 2021