If you do not know about the game Electronic Arts till now, I think you are still a learner in the gaming world due to the fact that this game has been trending for some time now.
The Electonic Art game has been one of the top 10 games in the gaming industry but one of the downsides was that the game is not available to Android users, but a lot changed when the game company announced that they are bringing the hit battle royale game Apex Legends to mobile. As a matter of fact, this mobile version will enter into a closed beta test later this month on Android.
Sadly only a few thousand players in India and the Philippines will be able to take part in this newly-announced testing phase, though there are plans to roll the game out to further regions as the year progresses. Much like the PC and console versions of the game, this mobile adaptation will be free-to-play.
Previously the Electronic Arts made mentioned that the company was thinking of bringing Apex Legends to android mobile, but today’s announcement confirms that EA is actually taking the board step to moving forward with this plan.
While it’s hardly surprising to hear that yet another battle royal game is coming to Android, what is surprising is that Apex Legends Mobile won’t be compatible with the PC/console version, at least not for now. The mobile title will exist as its own entity. This means Apex Legends Mobile is being built for mobile specifically, and so it will offer streamlined controls for touchscreen play.
Ever since the announcement was made, details are now coming to light on how this will take place, though we do know a separate team dedicated to the mobile version will cooperate with the primary team, which at least sounds like EA is shooting for a similar feel despite the separate codebase.
Of course, as development moves forward, I’m sure more information will crop up, but if you’d like to poor over today’s announcement, you can navigate to EA’s post through the link below.