‘Apex Legends Mobile’ for iPhone will launch in ten more countries next week

Registration for the tests is now open in the 10 selected countries!

'Apex Legends Mobile' for iPhone will launch in ten more countries next week
Apex Legends continues its expansion

End the intrigue over the regional release of the popular battle game limited to iOS and Android. The Californian developer Respawn, through the technology news site The Verge, announced that the players of Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Colombia will be able to download the iOS app, possibly starting next week.

The announcement of the expansion did not surprise the privileged players in India who were already participating in a closed beta editionsince that country was not selected and the developer did not announce it as one of the regions that will receive the game on this occasion.

The house must wait

Paradoxically, the Apex Legends Mobile availability date in the States is uncertain, as Respawn stated to The Verge:

“We’ll share updates on the global rollout once we’ve made decisions with reports coming out of the limited regional rollout. If you’re in one of the participating test countries, pre-registration is now open. We’re still actively testing the app worldwide! world, and we can’t wait for more players to join the fun at launch!”

Although Apex Legends Battle It is a battle royale of extraordinary demand, accuses slowness at the time of launch, compared to options like Fortnitedespite not being available for iOS from the App Store and PUBG.

Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts ensure that Apex Legends, which will not have cross-play with consoles, will be available on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store and recommends not to download directly from APK or from third-party sites. Players must pre-register for the game to be downloaded to their cell phones once it is available in the announced countries.

In 2019, the owners of Apex Legends Battle began negotiating the launch of the game and although it is available in some countries, the time it takes to expand is striking. As consolation for the long wait, and at least for the list of 10 selected countries, The third-person shooter will delight its players with limited but highly selected content including Bloodhound, Gibraltar, Lifeline, Wraith, Bangalore, Octane, Mirage, Pathfinder, and Caustic.