A week after developer Respawn Entertainment announced Apex Legends Mobile, beta tests for the game have gone live for Android users in India and the Philippines. Android users who had pre-registered can now download Apex Legends Mobile through the Google Play Store.
Pre-registrations for Apex Legends Mobile went live on the same day the game was announced. Those who had pre-registered can now download Apex Legends Mobile and get a taste of its battle royale gameplay. Users will need to have a free space of 1.34 GB on their Android phones.
A new battle royale experience on mobiles
With Apex Legends Mobile, Respawn Entertainment has brought a fresh 60-player battle royale gameplay experience on Android devices. The game includes legends like Wraith, Bloodhound, Caustic, Gibraltar, Lifeline, and more. The formula to win is pretty straightforward- team up with 2 other players to form a squad of 3, choose your legends, formulate a plan revolving around your legends abilities, and fight together to dominate the playing field. Players will also have an assortment of weapons to choose from in Apex Legends Mobile.
New regions iOS support will be added in the future.
Will Apex Legends Mobile overshadow other mobile battle royales?
We know how popular mobile games are in India. Games like Free Fire and Call of Duty: Mobile boast a massive player base. Before it was banned, PUBG Mobile was also a fan favorite. But as of now, the game remains banned.
Perhaps Apex Legends Mobile clicks with the Indian mobile gaming audience and the yearning for PUBG Mobile fades away. Only time will tell how Apex Legends Mobile fares in the country.
Apex Legends Mobile is expected to release in the third quarter of 2021.