Apex Legends Mobile will be accessible in more countries in the near future. Last year, the game was released in a closed beta that was only available in a few countries, but starting next week, it will be available as a free download in ten countries on iOS and Android.
According to a statement on Respawn’s website, Apex Legends Mobile will be available in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, and Colombia. During the closed beta, the game was also available in India, but it’s not on the list for the limited regional launch, and we’ve reached out to EA / Respawn for an explanation.
Apex Legends Mobile will be available in more locations at a later date, according to Respawn. Respawn mentioned that once they’ve made educated judgments based on the limited regional launch, they’ll share updates on global launch. At the moment, pre-registration is still open if you live in one of the participating test countries. Respawn says the game is still being tested all over the world, and can’t wait for more people to join in the fun when it launches.
Check out the device requirements on Respawn’s FAQ to determine if your phone is compatible with the game. Because the game is “particularly for mobile,” you won’t be able to play it on a console or a computer via emulator.