The hit Battle Royale game by Respawn Entertainment, Apex Legends, is coming to the mobile market sometime this month. However, Apex Legends Mobile will first undergo beta testing for a selected number of regions and won’t be available globally until next year, March 2022. The game is reportedly being developed by Tencent, widely known for their mobile games such as Arena of Valor and Wild Rift. The beta testing of the new mobile battle royale game will kick off soon, starting with India and the Philippines. Whether Apex Legends Mobile will be open to more regions soon is yet to be announced.
List of Countries Who Can Play Apex Legends Mobile Beta
According to Respawn Entertainment, ApexLegends Mobile is still in its early stages of the beta phase and will only allow a few thousand players from a selected number of regions.
Here is the list of countries who have access to Apex Legends Mobile Beta;
The devs also stated that they plan on expanding the number of players and regions who can access the game over the course of 2021.
The beta testing phase will start in Spring 2021, and will only be available on Android devices. As the testing phase continues, the devs will expand further, adding new regions, and implement iOS support. In the meantime, Android users from India and the Philippines can pre-register for a chance to have early access to the game and experience Apex Legends Mobile.
How to Pre-register in Apex Legends Mobile Beta
Take note that only Android users from India and the Philippines will be able to pre-register for the beta test of Apex Legend Mobile. However, the developers stated that they will open the doors for other regions soon enough.
Here is how you can pre-register for the upcoming beta test;
- On your Android device, head to the Google Play Store by clicking on the link provided.
- Tap on the Pre-register button.
- If you don’t see a pre-register button, it is most likely because your device does not support the game or it is not yet available in your region.
Respawn Entertainment stated that they will be listening to community feedback and continue developing Apex Legends Mobile’s content. Fans from outside India and the Philippines will have to keep their eyes peeled for upcoming updates.