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Apex Legends Mobile Holds Soft Launching in Several Countries, Including Indonesia

Fans of EA’s popular battle royale Apex Legends have reason to celebrate as the long-awaited mobile game has finally launched in several countries. The mobile version of Apex Legends has been the talk of the town over the past year, lots of beta tests being held. It looks like Respawn and EA have tackled enough bugs and polished the game to launch it. Although it doesn’t have a release date yet, a soft launch is coming soon, and eligible players can pre-register for it.

Here’s a little explanation of what Apex Legends Mobile is. This battle royale game is a spin-off of the hugely popular Titanfall Respawn series and launched in 2022 for consoles and PC, and later on the Nintendo Switch. The basic gameplay is similar to most battle royales with squads of two or three dropping into a huge world, where they must quickly collect weapons, armor, and other materials and become the last team standing of 60 players.

What makes the difference is the inclusion of the Titanfall mechanic in Apex Legends. With improved traversal, players can upgrade around on the map and there’s great room for verticality to fight, allowing for tough battles. Vehicles throughout the map add another feature to movement and combat.

The mobile version of Apex Legends has been built completely from scratch and while it’s still free to play, it doesn’t support cross-play.

Currently, Apex Legends Mobile is soft launching in countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Austria, New Zealand, and including Indonesia. Users from these regions can pre-register for the game on Google Play. As of now, no information is available about the iOS version but of course players are expecting details about it and a global launch soon.