After running for just shy of a year, Respawn has announced that Apex Legends Mobile is being shut down on May 1.
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Along with 10 playable Legends at launch, the mobile version includes 3v3, Team Deathmatch, Quick Battle and Battle Royale modes.
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The mobile version of the popular battle royal shooter is officially set to launch worldwide this month, with ten Legends available at launch.
Apex Legends Mobile launched in select regions earlier this month, and Respawn Entertainment says it's currently aiming for a full launch this summer.
Available until Spring, the release includes modes like Battle Royale, Team DeathMatch, 3v3 Arenas, Mini Battle Royale and Ranked play.
The soft launch for the mobile version of Respawn's free-to-play battle royale shooter has been slightly delayed "due to current world events."
It will be available throughout Spring and feature Legends like Mirage, Wraith, Octane and more but won't feature cross-platform play.
Apex Legends Mobile will see a soft launch in select countries soon, with pre-registrations now open. More details will follow later.
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