It’s totally separate from the PC and console versions of ‘Apex Legends.’
Finally, EA and Respawn Entertainment have officially declared a mobile version of Apex Legends. As you would expect, Apex Legends Mobile is a battle royale game designed explicitly for touchscreens.
There will be streamlined controls and, according to Apex game director Chad Grenier, “thoughtful optimizations that result in the most advanced battle royale combat available on a phone.”
Like PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile and different games in those franchises, this is totally separate from Apex Legends. Along these lines, don’t anticipate playing with individuals on consoles or PC.
The first regional beta tests take place later this month on Android in India and the Philippines with a few thousand players. Respawn will test Apex Legends Mobile in different areas before a more extensive rollout on Android and iOS.
Like the original game, Apex Legends Mobile will be allowed to-play with microtransactions and battle passes for cosmetic items, some of which you will not discover in the PC and console versions. The Apex Legends Mobile group is teaming up with the Apex Legends crew and other partners as it develops the game.
A mobile version of Apex Legends has been in progress for quite a while. EA affirmed it was working on the game in early 2020, part of the way with a view toward cracking the Chinese mobile market.
All things considered, it shouldn’t be excessively long until you can get a fix of Apex Legends pretty much anyplace (at any rate without tying a Nintendo Switch to your telephone’s data connection).
In the mean time, Respawn has offered the first look at what it calls one of the biggest updates yet for Apex Legends. A new trailer gives a look at what seems, by all accounts, to be the next character to join the roster, Valkyrie, who could be showing up close by season nine on May 4th.