Electronic Arts have released a beta version of the long-talked-about Apex Legends Mobile. The beta process will initially be limited to several thousand players in India and the Philippines.
After a long wait, the game has been made available for pre-registration on Google, and users in the appropriate region with Android devices will now be able to play the game.
While Apex Legends Mobile is currently available in a limited environment, developers are reassuring players around the world that the game will be available over time.
How to download Apex Legends from the mobile play store?
Android users in India and the Philippines must first go to the Google Play Store list of the Apex Legends Mobile beta and pre-register. Once this is done, if their device is suitable, they need to download the game, which is free to play like its counterpart on the computer. After 1.34 GB of downloads, the game can be played.
- Go to Apex Legends Mobile’s Google Play Store list,
- Pre-register for the beta version of the game,
- If all is right, download the 1.34 GB game that opens for you.
If the user’s device is not compatible with the beta version, it will be greeted with the message “Your device is not compatible with the version”, and the user will have to wait for the developers to add support.
Apex Legends Mobile Beta official system requirements
- Minimum 1.34 GB of storage
- On a device running Android 6.0 and above, a Snapdragon 625 or higher processor,
- The future will need versions A11 Bionic and above for the iOS beta.
According to claims on social media, it has been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy M51, Xiaomi M11, and Realme X will currently run the game. The Vivo Y50, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S9, Oneplus 6, Oneplus 7 and 7T, Oneplus 8 and 8T, and Redmi Note 10 will not be able to run the game.