EA’s Respawn Entertainment launched the Apex Legends as a free-to-play Battery Royale game in February this year. The Apex Legends also became popular among the PC and console gamers, following the likes of PUBG and Fortnite. Both PUBG and Fortnite are also made available on Android and iOS platforms and have been a tremendous hit among mobile gamers. Later this year, we might also see Apex Legends coming to the mobile platforms.
Just like the other popular Battle Royale games, the Apex Legends will soon also get support for cross-platform play. Both these decisions are said to be mentioned in the EA’s earnings call transcript. While no exact timeline is mentioned for the mobile game launch, it might happen as early as November 2019. Unlike other battle royale games, the Apex Legends will come to both Android and iOS at the same time.
We will be getting more details about the Apex Legends mobile game in the month of July. While there is no official confirmation, the Apex Legends for Android might need smartphones running on at least Android 5.0.1 Lollipop. Also, the minimum RAM capacity is said to be 3GB. As of now, there are no other details about the requirements for the mobile app. Since no official announcement was made until now, take these details with a pinch of salt.
PUBG Mobile with more than 200 Million Downloads and 30 Million Daily Active Users will be celebrating its one year anniversary this month. The recent update added anniversary special theme along with new skins and items at discounted prices. Let us know, how many of you are waiting to play Apex Legends on smartphones. Share your opinion with us by commenting down below or tweet us at @PhoneRadarBlog.