Apex Legends Mobile's Soft Launch Officially Announced
The soft launch of the highly anticipated Apex Legends Mobile, the mobile battle royale title developed by Respawn Entertainment has officially been announced. Apex Legends Mobile is the mobile counterpart of the popular PC and console battle royale which is also developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts (EA). Initially, Apex Legends Mobile will be soft launched only in selected regions for Android devices. Respawn Entertainment is yet to reveal more details regarding the release date of Apex Legends Mobile for iOS devices.
Apex Legends Mobile will be made available for selected regions soon
Last year, Apex Legends mobile went through a series of early access and beta tests across various regions. Finally, it seems like the game is now ready to be released, according to .
Apex Legends Mobile will soft-launch in the regions of - Argentina, Columbia, Mexico, Peru, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, Philippines, and New Zealand. However, initially, it will only be made available in the Google Play Store for Android devices.
Respawn Entertainment did not reveal the exact date for the soft-launch of Apex Legends Mobile. However, fans can pre-register to be one of the first to experience the mobile battle royale title when it officially releases.
The release date of Apex Legends Mobile for iOS devices still remains a mystery. According to the developers, the game will have its global release soon after the soft launch. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for more updates in the near future.
How to Pre-register for Apex Legends Mobile
Here is how players can pre-register for the game;
1. Head to the official Apex Legends Mobile page on Play Store or click .
2. Tap on Pre-Register
3. Players may need to sign in to their Google accounts if they aren’t logged in.
4. A notification will pop up in your notification bar if the game can now be downloaded.
Take note that for now, only a selected number of regions can play the mobile battle royale title.
Considering how big the Apex Legends franchise is on PC and Console, its mobile counterpart may be able to find similar success once it officially releases globally.