Respawn announced the upcoming soft launch of Apex mobile earlier today, brings good news for mobile gamers in countries around the world, but bad luck for Americans.
The game, currently only available on the Google Play Store, has been in beta testing in countries around the world for the last few months. Mobile gamers in countries like Mexico, India, Hong Kong and Turkey have already had the opportunity to check out the game in limited tests. The soft launch announced today further expands the number of eligible countries. The game will be available in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
If you live in one of these eligible countries and have an Android phone, Here is the link to join the soft launch. The number of players who can participate in the soft launch is limited, so it’s best to register soon to guarantee access.
Players hoping to play Apex mobile We’ll have to wait a bit longer on iOS devices, but the announcement suggests that the game will eventually join Apple’s lineup. The same applies to players in the US who cannot access the game without jumping through technical hurdles or driving to Mexico.
Other details about the game’s launch are still sparse. But there is plenty of footage available of beta tests, showing a faithful porting of the main game to the smaller realm of a phone screen.
It’s no surprise that the apex The team’s goal was to develop a mobile version of the popular shooter. Research firm Newzoo expected the size of the mobile games market to increase $90 billion in 2021 and other battle royales like PUBG and Fourteen days have thriving mobile communities.