‘Apex Legends Mobile’ already has a release date: the Battle Royale for iOS and Android is just around the corner


We have known for some time that Electronic Arts was working on porting ‘Apex Legends’, its popular Battle Royale, to mobiles. And it’s been a while, but finally, we have an exact arrival date for ‘ Apex Legends Mobile ‘: May 17, or what is the same, next week.

Apex Legends', its popular Battle Royale, to mobiles
Image Via Apex Legends Mobile

It should be noted that, unlike what happens in other games of the genre, such as ‘Fortnite’ (which has now returned to mobile via the cloud ), ‘Apex Legends’ will be an independent experience, ergo no cross-play with players of PCs and consoles.

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Apex Legends Mobile: Season 1 Launch Trailer
Video: Apex Legends Mobile Season 1 Launch Trailer

‘Apex Legends’ is a successful title, one of the latest hits from Electronic Arts, although the original game was developed by Respawn (‘Titanfall’). For the mobile version, EA has worked together with Lightspeed & Quantum Studios (whose parent company is Tencent).

As stated by EA in the statement, the game has been developed from the ground up with an eye toward mobile gaming. In the words of the firm, “there are new legends, maps, game modes, progression and live events designed for mobile.”

As far as performance is concerned, the game is a relatively affordable title, although it surely appreciates having the power of a high-end or mid-high-end terminal. The minimum requirements are the following:

PROCESSORSnapdragon 435Kirin 650MediaTek Helio P20exynos 7420Apple A9
SO VERSIONAndroid 6.0 or higheriOS 11.0 or higher
RAM2GB or more2GB or more

As stated above, the game will be released worldwide on May 17th. It will be a free-to-play game, as the original version, so it will surely be financed through microtransactions. Those interested can pre-register for the game from Google Play and the App Store.

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