Apex Legends will make its way to mobile by the end of this year. A video of the conference call to EA CEO Andrew Wilson talking about mobile gaming has been leaked on Twitter by the leaked channel of Apex Legends. In the video, Wilson reveals that the company plans to soften Apex Legends – which is currently on PC and console – to mobile by the end of this year. This will be the first Battle Royal game that EA has launched on mobile.

Back in May last year, Electronic Arts (EA) was Announced There are plans to bring Apex Legends to mobile without a timeline. Now, according to Video Shared by @ApexLatest on Twitter, Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson, in a conference call, shared some information about the mobile version of the Battle Royal game. Wilson said the company plans on a soft launch Top legends Mobile by the end of this year. A soft launch means that the game will be released to a smaller audience or market, which will allow the company to evaluate the game’s response and status, helping to improve the game before releasing it to the public.

Wilson spoke of plans to bring mobile gaming and many other games to the mobile platform. These games are in various stages of development. Top Legends (Review) In particular, stood out as it would EA The first Mobile Battle Royal game to build on the PC and console with its success, and enter a market that has so far dominated PUBG Mobile.

Apex Legends released for PC Playstation 4, And Xbox one As an independent to play the Battle Royal game in February last year. At the time, it grew in popularity due to its new mechanics like the time ping ‘system which was later adopted by other Battle Royale games as well, and the ability to honor teammates even after being killed. It also selected characters or ‘legends’ who also have their own abilities.

So far, EA has not officially shared any information about the mobile version of Apex Legends. And, since it will be a soft launch of the game, it is likely that it will not reach most users by next year.


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