Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released two years ago, and now the developers are going to release it on mobile platforms. Present, the game is up for testing in specific regions and later it will be released worldwide.
Two years ago, developers have changed the landscape of the battle royale, and now they designed for mobiles with streamlined controls and thoughtful optimizations that result in the most advanced battle royale combat available on a phone. However, the game will release in the Beta version in India and the Philippines only on Android devices.
Apex Legends Mobile Vs Other Battle Royale Mobile Games
Apex Legends is one of the biggest Battle Royale of 2021 and the question that remains now. Whether the game dominates Battlegrounds Mobile India, Call of Duty Mobile, and Free Fire in the Indian mobile gaming arena? According to the news, in India the Battle Royale gaming currently divided into two games: Call of Duty Mobile and Free Fire.
Furthermore, Call of Duty Mobile focuses more on the Multiplayer gaming mode, and Free Fire focuses on Battle Royale. Both the games established their identity as soon as PUBG Mobile got ban in India. Some statistics revealed that Free Fire has not lived up to its reputation and losing players for various reasons.
Now when it comes to Call Of Duty Mobile, the game attracts the players because of the visuals, gameplay, and outfits. But, the game faces some software glitches and crashes in some mobiles. So, it may impact its reputation. This creates a huge gap in the India Battle Royale community. However, gamers are looking for new stuff, I mean a new Battle Royale game. So, Electronic Arts plan to take over the community by introducing the Beta version in India. At the same time, Krafton is looking to release Battlegrounds Mobile India on June 18th. So, let’s see who will!! You can pre-register the game at below.
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