Apex Legends Mobile was announced last year. Earlier this year, players from some countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Argentina, were already able to start the game, but a global release did not come. EA and Respawn Entertainment have not yet released a release date, but the shooter is now included in the Play Store.
In the Play Store, users can make reservations so that Apex Legends Mobile can begin downloading as soon as it is officially released. EA has also released a new trailer for the game.
Developer Respon Entertainment has partnered with Quantum Studios on the mobile version of Apex Legends. The mobile game is separate from the console and PC versions of Apex Legends, meaning that Apex Legends mobile players cannot compete with Apex Legends players.
Apex Legends Mobile has been announced for both Android and iOS, but only available on the Game Play Store. On top of that Landing page The mobile game says that the iOS version will come “soon”, but it is not known if that version will be released later than the Android version.
Android phones must be running Android 6.0 or later and support OpenGL 3.1 to run the game. Also, the phone must be equipped with at least Snapdragon 435, Hisilicon Green 650, MediaTek Helio P20 or Exynos 7420-soc. Requires 4GB of storage space and at least 2GB of RAM.
The same requirements apply to iOS in terms of storage space and working memory. The game only works on iPhone 6S or phones with a newer model installed on iOS 11 or later.
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