Apex Legends Mobile Goes Into Limited Launch In 10 Countries
News about a wider launch coming over the next several months.
Apex Legends is almost ready for its mobile launch on iOS and Android devices -- and depending on where you live, you might already be able to play it. Respawn Entertainment announced a limited launch for Apex Legends mobile, covering the following 10 countries:
- New Zealand
If you live in one of those countries and want to participate, you can download the game from the Google Store or the App Store. The limited launch includes battle royale mode on the World's Edge map, as well as team deathmatch, mini battle royale, 3v3 arenas, and ranked battle royale.
Apex Legends Mobile runs on different servers than the main game, and it has a separate store and battle pass. The store can be accessed until May 3, after which all progress and purchases using in-game currency will be reset. Legend skins earned at the end of the battle pass will carry over to the full launch, and players will receive a bonus of +25% in-game currency.
For answers to more questions, including system requirements, check out the Apex Legends Mobile FAQ.
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