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Apex Legends Will Make Its Way Through Mobiles

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While after the announcement of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order fans were awaiting for a confirmation for the reveal of the next entry in Titanfall series, Respawn Entertainment revealed that supporting Apex Legends has somehow delayed the studio’s scheduled time for working on Titanfall 3, so it seems there will be no information on the fast-paced shooter franchise’s next title at E3 2019. However, at least recently we get to know that how things will go on with Apex Legends and its support by the developers, as EA announced that the free-to-play Battle Royale game will launch on mobiles this year.

According to the news that is coming from EA’s latest earnings call, Apex Legends have achieved a great success among all the titles of the publisher so far, making it the fastest-growing new game ever in EA’s history. With a more in-depth look at the game’s benefits for Electronic Arts, Apex Legends has succeeded to bring so many new gamers to Origin, as 30% of its players were new to EA’s exclusive PC platform. So, if you had a game that has reached 50 million players in one month, what would you do with it? Extending the platforms absolutely seems to be a good options and EA has officially confirmed that Respawn Entertainment considers to bring the game to mobiles, including iOS and Android devices. It’s also being said that some new regions like China and Korea are planned to get the game.

Apex Legends is currently available for PS4, Xbox One and PC for free.

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