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Apex Legends Mobile Limited Regional Launch Delayed

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Respawn Entertainment today announced that the eagerly awaited Apex legends launch was postponed. This has dampened the excitement of hundreds, if not thousands, of mobile gamers all over the globe. Apex Legends Mobile was scheduled to launch on Monday, February 28th. However, that didn’t happen. Now, developers have made an official announcement announcing a delay.

Apex Legends Mobile Launches March 7

Respawn announced on its blog that the soft launch of its battle royale mobile game has been delayed by one week. Apex Legends Mobile will be released in selected countries on March 7. The official statement can be found here.

“Due to current events, we have made the decision to shift Apex Legends Mobile’s limited regional launch. Respawn posted an update on its blog stating that the game will be released to all participating countries starting March 7, Pacific Standard Time.{}

If you waited to download the game yesterday on your Android or iOS devices, you’ll need to temper your excitement and wait another week before you can get into the action. You can wait for the game to be released next week by going ahead and reading our detailed article. This includes information about characters, weapons, and gameplay footage.

Apex Legends Mobile will be available in 10 countries as of now, with a global release planned later this year. These are the countries where the battle royale will be initially available:

  • Argentina
  • Peru
  • Mexico
  • Indonesia
  • Colombia
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Gameloop

Apex Mobile won’t be available in India during the Limited Regional Launch next Wednesday. It won’t launch in the US or Europe but it is available worldwide. There is a way around it. Pre-register for Apex Legends Mobile in any country in the world to participate in the soft launch. To learn more, please refer to the article linked below.

“Apex Legends Mobile is specially designed for touchscreens, with streamlined controls and thoughtful optimizations that result in the most advanced battle royale combat available on a phone. It’s a new version of Apex Legends, but it’s true to the original,” said Chad Grenier, Game Director on Apex Legends in an official blog post. The mobile game will include its own Battle Pass, offering you access to unique collectible cosmetics, and unlockables.

Pre-Registration Details

To start with, Apex Legends will only be available on Android devices. It will expand to new regions and iOS over the course of the beta test. If you are eager to get your hands on this ability-focused battle royale game first, then do pre-register on the Play Store right here. Remember to toggle on ‘Automatic install’ so the game is automatically installed on your device once it becomes available.

So, the big question is – Will Apex Legends Mobile be able to fill the hole created by the PUBG ban earlier last year? Which battle royale game are you playing right now? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Pre-Registration Details

To start with, Apex Legends will only be available on Android devices. It will expand to new regions and iOS over the course of the beta test. If you are eager to get your hands on this ability-focused battle royale game first, then do pre-register on the Play Store right here. Remember to toggle on ‘Automatic install’ so the game is automatically installed on your device once it becomes available.

So, the big question is – Will Apex Legends Mobile be able to fill the hole created by the PUBG ban earlier last year? Which battle royale game are you playing right now? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Pre-Registration Details

To start with, Apex Legends will only be available on Android devices. It will expand to new regions and iOS over the course of the beta test. If you are eager to get your hands on this ability-focused battle royale game first, then do pre-register on the Play Store right here. Remember to toggle on ‘Automatic install’ so the game is automatically installed on your device once it becomes available.

So, the big question is – Will Apex Legends Mobile be able to fill the hole created by the PUBG ban earlier last year? Which battle royale game are you playing right now? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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