Game news Apex Legends depends on cell phones
Apex Legends, the Electronic Arts Battle Royale that today announced its ninth season content, is already back in the spotlight with some big news. The title now entitles to mobile versions.
After a more or less successful attack on Nintendo Switch (see our review) Apex Legends, the battle royale that has brought together more than 100 million players around the world, intends to make its debut on iOS and Android.
The first regional beta tests for Apex Legends Mobile will begin later this month. This is a very important moment for our entire team. Two years ago we redefined the genre of battle royale, and we intend to do the same with the mobile version of Apex Legends. Respawn via the official Apex Legends website
Apex Legends Mobile aims to take full advantage of your smartphone’s touchscreens while staying true to the original. For this purpose, the title Respawn obviously comes with simplified controls.
Apex Legends Mobile was designed specifically for touch screens, with streamlined controls and meticulous tweaks that should result in the most advanced battle royale fighting game ever released for mobile. Respawn
Of course, like its big brother, this new version of the game will be free to play. However, Electronic Arts has made it clear that it does not offer cross-play functionality. So don’t expect to face gamers playing on PC and consoles.
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By Jerome Joffard, Writing from igamesnews.com