Over the past year or so, there has been a lot of hype around Apex Legends Mobile. Respawn Entertainment has been testing mobile battle royale games in beta for several months. We also recently announced a soft launch date for Apex Legends Mobile in some countries. However, for some unexpected reason, the company had to delay its launch in the region by a week. Now, ending the wait, Apex Legends Mobile is finally released on iOS and Android devices as part of today’s soft launch. Let’s take a look at the details.
Apex Legends Limited Regional Launch
When Respawn began testing Apex Legends Mobile last year, it announced closed beta titles in India and the Philippines. However, the limited regional launch of the game does not include India. Instead, Apex Legends Mobile is currently released in the following 10 countries:
- new Zealand
As a result, Apex Legends Mobile is now available on both Android and iOS after an unexpected delay. today. Remember, it was previously expected to be released on February 28th. The company plans to release Apex Mobile worldwide later this year. These details will be announced shortly. The Limited regional testing will begin on March 7th (4pm Pacific Standard Time) and will continue until May 3rd.According to the official blog post.
In addition, Apex Legends Mobile’s soft launch was expected to come with two maps, but only one game has been released. World’s Edge was widely tested in beta last year. You can also play other exciting game modes such as Team DeathMatch, Mini Battle Royale and 3v3 Arenas. And if you’re wondering, the next Legend can now be played at launch:
- life line
- Caustic soda (unlocked at Battle Pass Tier 25)
Now, if you’re disappointed with the fact that the title isn’t available in India, Europe, or the United States, You can try our workaround Pre-register for Apex Legends Mobile from any country in the world and participate in launches in a limited area. In addition, you can read detailed stories about Apex Mobile characters and weapons to learn more about them.
Apex Legends is arguably one of the top battle royale titles in the world since its first release in 2019. And now, Respawn aims to use mobile ports to capture the growing mobile gaming market, especially in the following countries: India, Philippines, Mexico.