Apex Legends Mobile has been available globally since yesterday. Although the mobile version is separate from the PC or console siblings, it also contains exclusive content in return: such as one of the starting heroes.
Respawn Entertainment announced a week ago just how close the mobile version of Apex Legends is, and it actually launched yesterday. Designed specifically for mobile devices, this version differs slightly from the original game, so it can not be played with consoles or computers, but in return it has many unique features.
For starters, we get nine characters, of which Fade is exclusive to Apex Legends Mobile: the developers have put them together specifically to fit the fast-paced gameplay they think will be typical of mobile games. The lottery is also good because mobile gamers are not constantly looking for what to get from the original game, said Jordan Patz, director of game design, but they can enjoy their own content and surprises.
There are four game modes to choose from: Team Deathmatch, 3v3, Battle Royale and Quick Battle, which can be played on familiar tracks from the “big” Apex Legends.
Apex Legends Mobile can be played on both Android and iOS devices.
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