The mobile industry is a hot area today for game developers who want to catch the attention of the new gamers which focus on mobile games since they do not have much time or money to build their own computers.
Luckily for them, the developers of other AAA series are listening and have been checking in lately on the trends of the market and now they are bringing their games, now let’s talk about Apex Legends.
What is Apex Legends
Apex Legends is a battle royale developed by EA with unique mechanics and systems, such as respawning teammates and the ping system that is very vital that you do not need the microphone as much as you can since the pings can say what you want to convey to your teammates, such as opened lootboxes, dangers and warnings, and a lot more.
Making a good battle royale fit for cooperative play has been on the news, especially with people thinking of making big on the e-Sports scene so this is a new rave for a while.
Apex Legends on Mobile
With Respawn thinking of expanding their reach in gamers, EA had conducted a meeting and said explicitly that they want to reach to mobile gamers. Though people wonder how they would implement Apex Legends, it is only a matter of time when we will have a beta or something since they want to touch the market as fast as possible, strike while the iron is hot as they say.
So what should I prepare for I am going to play Apex Legends on Mobile. To be able to play these games, your phone must have these specifications that most battle royale games are using today. Here is a look at what you need to play the game
|Android Operating System||Oreo 8.0 or higher|
|Internal Storage Space||3 GB free|
|GPU Requirements||Qualcomm Adreno 530, ARM Mali G71 / G72 or higher|
For iOS, since it’s exclusive to Apple here are some products of theirs that you can use to play the game. iPhone users will need the models, SE, 6S, 7, 8, X and for iPad it is safe to assume that it will be supported at iPad Mini 4, Air 2, 2017, Pro.
This will take some time for other compatible phones to work since moving from PC to Android and iOS respectively, is a huge task but we will see how EA and Respawn Entertainment work this around since they are already dealing with mobile developers to port their popular battle royale game to mobile.
Truly, this will bring some competition to the battle royale games that have paved their way to mobile too. Since Apex has been crushing the competition in the PC gaming sector, it will be only a matter of time to see how it will affect the mobile battle royale sector.
But for now, all we do is to wait and hear what EA will say about their new undertaking in Apex Legends.
Surely, updates will still arrive at the game quarterly so don’t think that they will abandon their PC port soon, after all that’s what made them grow. For more information about Apex Legends and their plans for the future. Stay tuned!