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Apex Legends Mobile Requirements and Details Appear Online

We know that Apex Legends is getting a mobile port sometime this year. It is only logical that EA Games and Respawn Entertainment release a mobile version of one of the most popular battle royale games on the market. Details about Apex Legends Mobile have appeared online in the form of requirements.


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According to IGN India, Apex Legends Mobile is being developed by Tencent with EA and Respawn supervising the project. This is very similar to how Activision worked alongside the company to release Call of Duty Mobile.

Apex Legends Mobile is being developed for a 2021 release and users may need a modern device to play the game on. According to the requirements, the minimum Apple chipset needed to play the game is an A11 Bionic which means you need an iPhone 8 and up in order to run Apex Legends Mobile.

As for the Android ecosystem, users need to have a device with a Snapdragon 625 and up. This includes a range of phones released in 2018 and up. So if you have bought a top-of-the-range Android device in the past three years you should be fine. However, keep in mind that these specs may change closer to launch. Whenever that is.

Apex Legends Mobile is also said to feature full cross-play across PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and PC. It is also said to include Season 8 which just released. This kind of gives us some idea that the game may release in the next three months.

Keep in mind that IGN India says that the information they shared is from a source so this could all be false or incorrect. Hopefully, EA shares some new details on Apex Legends Mobile in the near future. No doubt players are waiting to jump into the game on their mobiles.

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Source: IGN India

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