Apex Legends on mobile is now undergoing beta testing in limited regions. However, that testing is set to expand to include more areas like the US, UK, EU, and more until it’s out worldwide. What’s more, Apex mobile is coming to both iPhone and Android, meaning all major phone operating systems will support it. Here’s how to get Apex Legends on mobile.
How to get Apex Legends on iPhone (iOS)
To get Apex Legends on iPhone, users will need to wait for the game to become available download in the App Store.
At the time of writing, Apex Legends has been officially confirmed to be in development for iOS devices, but it isn’t yet playable by the public.
In the F.A.Q., it says: “As we continue with testing, we’ll expand the size of these tests, add new regions, and implement iOS support.”
How to get Apex Legends on Android
To get Apex Legends on Android, users will want to register their interest on the Google Play Store.
Head here to pre-register. As the beta becomes available in more regions, users that have pre-registered will be notified that it’s time to download and install Apex Legends on mobile to their Android device.
At present, “a series of smaller closed beta tests” are being carried out in India and the Philippines. As the scale of testing increases, expect to see the closed beta expand to include more regions and, eventually, the entire world.
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