EA has announced that the highly-anticipated Apex Legends Mobile game is now available for download in some regions on Android.
EA has announced that the highly-anticipated Apex Legends Mobile game is now available for download in some regions on Android. According to developers, this early version of the game is being tested with a limited number of players, so that everyone will be able to play it.
The game isn’t available globally right now and is currently limited to Android users. Furthermore, the game will be available for download in regions including Mexico, Peru, Columbia, Argentina, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Australia, and New Zealand.
However, developers have not indicated when it would open pre-registration for players outside the listed countries. Neither did EA confirm when Apex Legends Mobile will come to iOS, simply asking players to wait for future updates.
Apex Legends Mobile has been developed in-house by Respawn Entertainment. However, the studio is getting assistance from the company Tencent. Respawn also earlier confirmed that Apex Legends Mobile will not feature cross-play with the PC or console versions of the game.
As for the system requirements for the game, according to a source on Reddit, a Chinese game page has released a set of system requirements. These requirements are listed on the basis of the game’s testing phase from Android users. Android users will need to use a Google Pixel 3 or higher and Samsung Galaxy S8 or higher. This means the processors should match the performance of the Snapdragon 845 processor and running memory configuration of about 4G.