Apex Legends Mobile, developed by Electronic Arts, will be released next week in a limited number of territories. The battle royale game will be available in ten countries, including New Zealand, Singapore, Australia, Argentina, the Philippines, Mexico, Peru, Singapore, Malaysia, and Colombia, according to a new FAQ. This is a restricted release that will last until Spring while the team works “on in-game systems, features, and more prior to launch!”
In these areas, pre-registration for iOS and Android is presently accessible. Bloodhound, Bangalore, Octane, Caustic, Mirage, Pathfinder, Wraith, and other Legends are available. For the full launch, more materials and systems will be introduced. When it comes to a final release date, the developer plans to make “information decisions” after the restricted regional launch.
Because Apex Legends Mobile is “primarily for mobile,” there will be no cross-play with the console or PC versions of the game. Android users should have Android 8.1, 3 GB of storage, and 3 GB of RAM, whereas Apple users should have an iPhone 6S or later, 3 GB of storage, and 2 GB of RAM.