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Apex Legends is finally coming to mobile next week

Almost 3 years ago we reported that Respawn Entertainment had announced that they would be bringing Apex Legends to iOS and Android devices. Since then, we have seen the entire battle royale landscape change and evolve. Finally however, Apex Legends is coming to iOS and Android next week – at least in some countries.

A few weeks ago, Respawn Entertainment announced that Apex Legends was available to pre-register on the Google Play Store in 10 countries. More details, including information on the as-of-yet-unseen iOS version was promised to be coming at a later date. That time is now, as the team took to their blog to say:

“We know you have been waiting for updates on Apex Legends Mobile ever since we conducted our closed beta tests last year. We’re excited to announce that Apex Legends Mobile will enter the next major development milestone: a limited regional launch starting next week and expected to run throughout the Spring. This next phase will see Apex Legends Mobile go into limited release in 10 countries so we can continue our work on in-game systems, features, and more prior to launch!”

The 10 countries listed are: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, and Colombia and will include support for both Android and iOS across all of these regions.

For further information, including the minimum specs required to run the game and an FAQ, click HERE. Since its launch, Apex Legends has continued to improve, adapt and evolve – becoming one of the premiere BR experiences. If they can translate that experience to mobile, then Respawn may have yet another hit on their hands.

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