The battle royale genre has exploded since the release of PUBG, and the immensely popular Apex Legends looks set to hit Android devices in the not too distant future.
Considering just how popular Fortnite, PUBG, and Call of Duty Mobile have been since releasing on mobile devices over the past 18 months, Apex Legends will be highly anticipated. However, this ‘soft-launch’ could mean that a full-blown launch is saved for 2021.
Of course, the mobile gaming market is not all too saturated in the same way that home consoles and the PC gaming scene is. We are reaching the point where console-level graphics are possible for smartphones and tablets, and Apex Legends on Android would be a ripe fruit for EA to boost the mobile gaming scene.
It was announced by Andrew Wilson, EA’s CEO, at the financial results briefing that the battle royale shooter will be arriving on mobile devices.
EA will be working with a Chinese partner to “create a mobile Apex Legends that will be released globally”. Though no official release date has been confirmed, but it was suggested at the publisher’s earnings call that it is expected in EA’s fiscal years 2021, which starts in October 2020.
With the first anniversary of Apex Legends scheduled for the 4th February, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see it arrive just in time. It would be unlikely that they will announce something so huge without having a working version of the game – the time frame will depend on EA’s ambition to create a unique mobile game. Just be on your toes to enhance the limits of your entertainment
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