Apex Legends Mobile: Sign-Up, Release Date & What You Should Know

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After being in the works for what feels like years, Respawn and EA are finally pushing ahead to bring Apex Legends to mobile devices with a rollout happening very soon, but only to a select few locations.

Here’s everything you need to know about Apex Legends mobile, including where you can play it and when, as well as what you have to look forward to. With the world of Apex colliding with Titanfall in a massive way for the upcoming Legacy, it’s a pretty exciting time to be an Apex player.


How Can I Download Apex Legends Mobile?

Apex Legends Mobile will only be available in two regions in Android closed betas to begin with: India and the Philippines.

Once Respawn have had a chance to look back on the data from these closed tests, they will then open the closed betas to other regions and devices, such as iOS. When they’re ready to launch properly, Respawn will share a pre-registration page with every single piece of info you could need, as well as how you can sign-up to play Apex Legends Mobile before anyone else.


When Does The Apex Legends Mobile Reach My Region?

The closed betas will begin in those two regions in Spring 2021, though there’s no concrete date for the launch just yet.

There’s no specific date on when the betas will roll out to other regions, but they will depend on how successful the initial beta tests are. All things being well, the closed betas will arrive in other regions before too long. Should there, however, be any issues, it might mean that the beta (and full release) takes a little while longer.


What’s The Deal With Apex Legends Mobile?

Apex Legends Mobile is a separate version of Apex to its console and PC versions that’s being designed specifically with mobile in mind. What this means is that there will be no cross play with the other versions and that matchmaking will be mobile only.

Apex will also be free on mobile, but it will have completely different cosmetics to it other versions, which will be interesting to see. It’s unclear yet if it will also use Apex Coins like its other versions either.

Whatever the case might be Apex Mobile is sure to bring the same amount of sweaty fun on the go, but here’s hoping it looks a little better than its blurry Switch port.

Apex Legends is a free FPS game available now to play on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, and Switch.

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