The wait is over. After a year of regional betas and a delay to the game's initially planned limited launch, Respawn Entertainment announced on Wednesday it will release Apex Legends Mobile on May 17th. At that point, anyone who wants to check out the battle royale can do so on Android and iOS. Fans can pre-register to receive a notification as soon as Apex Legends Mobile is available to download. And by signing up for a download prompt, Respawn says you'll be helping the community unlock special rewards.
So close. Just out of reach. Apex Legends Mobile is launching May 17!
Help the community unlock the pre-registration rewards:
Android - pre-register now! https://t.co/IB2byHq93p
iOS - sign up here for pre-reg updates: https://t.co/A0s3xZpbQK pic.twitter.com/aL5pyXwRAn
— Apex Legends Mobile (@PlayApexMobile) May 11, 2022
EA first shared it was bringing Apex to mobile in 2019. The Android and iOS release does not feature cross-play support with the PC and console versions of the popular first-person shooter. At launch, Apex Legends Mobile will also include a smaller pool of playable characters, but one will feature one exclusive legend.