EA Plans To Bring Apex Legends To Mobile — Warns Of The Fake Version That’s Out
Receiving huge success since its launch, we could probably see Apex Legends to be brought to mobile devices as EA is looking to do just that.
It’s been revealed at the company’s Q3 2019 earning call, where Andrew Wilson, the CEO of EA has said that they are “looking at how to take the game to mobile and crossplay over time”.
Of course it will take some time for them to make it available on Android and iOS devices but seeing how much of a success the game is, it is sure to excite mobile gamers out there.
After the announcement was made, security firm Check Point pointed out that there are a number of applications that disguise themselves as Apex Legends on mobile stores. They have warned that the ‘game’ is not from the company itself and they may cause harm such as malware.
Apex Legends is a battle royale shooter and is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Pokdepinion: Be careful when you see the game on your game stores or any websites that looks dodgy. It’s better to be safe than sorry and wait for the game to be officially released.