Apex Legends Mobile is now officially available in all regions, following months of previews and soft launches in the initial nations. Respawn’s battle royale may now be downloaded directly from the respective shops on Android and iOS, even if it is not yet included in the App Store’s search results. In any case, if you have trouble finding it, there are all the direct links you need at the end of the piece.
Apex Legends Mobile is now available worldwide
Apex Legends’ primary concept stays the same on mobile, although the game only comes with one map – World’s Edge. 60 players in three-person teams jump out of the dropship and compete to be the final team standing. Apex Legends Mobile is currently available in India, the United States, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, and other countries.
While the game has some of the most well-known legends, such as Wraith, Pathfinder, and Mirage, it also features Fade, the first mobile-exclusive legend. There’s no news yet on whether Respawn intends to introduce mobile-exclusive legends to your PC/ console game, but that’s a topic for another day.
The interface is thus optimised for touch screens, but Respawn has quickly added support for external controllers, stating that this is not yet fully completed and hence not the final version (the same game menu item “Controller v1.0” only warns us that this is the first implementation).
Aside from the control system, Apex Legends Mobile seeks to recreate the same gaming experience as the original title, but in a pocket format. The game is already a big hit in the countries where it was pre-released, thanks to the high quality of the proposal and the availability of a high-quality graphics sector that can give you a really nice look.
Apex Legends Mobile also includes the basic battle royale game, as well as team deathmatch, arenas, and other interesting new modes to begin with. There’s also a large arsenal of weapons that PC and console gamers will be familiar with.
Now that Apex Legends has officially gone global, it will be interesting to see if it can compete in the battle royale gaming segment on mobile against BGMI, Call of Duty, and others.