Apex Legends Mobile is currently available for download on Google Play. The game is still in its beta phase, and Electronic Arts is yet to announce the worldwide launch date. However, if you want to know how to download the Apex Legends Mobile APK on Android devices because the Google Play store doesn't work for you, then read on.
The Apex Legends Mobile closed beta was recently released in India and the Philippines for testing. Naturally, fans loved the classic battle royale game and want more of it. Whether you want to climb the Apex Legends Mobile ranked ladder or just squad up with your friends, we're here to explain how you can do just that.
So if you're wondering how to play Apex Legends on Mobile, fret not for we have you covered. Here's everything you need to do to download Apex Legends Mobile:
How To Download Apex Legends Mobile APK
While Google Play is the safest way to play Apex Legends Mobile, the game may not function on specific devices. This has to do with game-device compatibility, and it's only applicable for the testing period.
So, if your device can't run Apex Legends Mobile from Google Play, then try downloading the APK from other sources. However, this will only work for regions that are currently selected in the beta phase.
Android device users can find sources like TapTap or Apkmody to get the download file for Apex Legends Mobile.
How To Pre-Register For Apex Legends Mobile
Apex Legends Mobile is currently in its closed beta stage. This means players can pre-register from their Android devices on Google Play. Not every region will get the download link, but players can always pre-register for a chance to get invited to the testing phase.
In a blog post, Game Director of Apex Legends, Chad Grenier, said:
"Beginning later this month, we're kicking off the first regional beta tests for Apex Legends Mobile. We're keeping things small to start—just a few thousand players in India and the Philippines—but over the course of this year we're planning to roll the game out to more regions and more players around the world"
Respawn Entertainment recently announced on Twitter that Apex Legends Mobile will kick off its next phase of closed beta tests in Egypt, Turkey, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru in September.
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However, players who are not from these regions will not be able to access the game.