After months of anticipation, ‘Apex Legends Mobile’ is finally getting closer to a global release. Electronic Arts today released the mobile battle royale game in ten countries on Android and iOS devices.
Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, and Colombia are among the ten nations featured in this “limited regional launch.” If your location belongs to any of these countries, you can get the game on Google Play or Apple’s App Store.
According to EA, the ‘Apex Legends Mobile’ will be released later this year, and players should expect it to be “worth the wait.” “Matchmaking and progression systems, backend infrastructure, in-game commerce, and live regional operations capabilities” will all be tested during the regional launch. EA has encouraged users to offer input so that the game can be improved before it is released to the general public.
Players will be able to approach the battlefield with nine different legends in this limited regional launch: Bloodhound, Gibraltar, Lifeline, Wraith, Bangalore, Octane, Mirage, Pathfinder, and Caustic. The original Battle Royale on the game’s World’s Edge map, Team Deathmatch, Mini Battle Royale, 3v3 Arenas, and Ranked Battle Royale are among the modes available in this restricted launch.
The shop will be open till 3rd May in the game. However, progress made in the limited regional launch will not be carried over to the main game when it is released globally. Any in-game purchase made during this time will be converted to an equal in-game currency and paid back to players’ accounts, along with a 25% bonus.
Other benefits will be given to players in the limited regional launch territories for downloading and playing the game. A limited badge (after two matches), a limited pistol charm (after five matches), and a banner frame are all included (10 matches). When the game launches worldwide later in the year, these things will be provided to gamers.