The battle of the supremacy in the domain of the battle royale games will soon cease to be two-sided affair between the Fortnite and the PUBG, all thanks to EA's latest offering - Apex Legends.


The battle of the supremacy in the domain of the battle royal games will soon cease to be two-sided affair between the Fortnite and the PUBG, all thanks to EA's latest offering - Apex Legends. However, The new battle royale game that was developed by the Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind Titanfall franchise has reached the mark of 25 million players in just a week since its launch on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and also the Windows platform. But the player count is nothing short of impressive, they are planing of introducing a mobile version of the hit game in the foreseeable future.

But in an official blog post on EA, the studio's chief Vince Zampella revealed that since the game's launch, it has even raked in 25 million players and has also touched a peak of 2 million concurrent players in that span. Moreover, Not too shabby for a game that is just one week old and it was released on February 4 and also currently has the likes of Dr Disrespect, Ninja, and also Shroud among the star players. But if that is not enough, Apex Legends will soon hit the mobile platform too.

 However, During the EA's recent earnings calls, the EA Games chief Andrew Wilson indicated that it's company is now exploring the opportunity of porting the game for mobile and also introducing cross-play in the future. “As I said earlier, we are working on how to take the game to mobile and also cross-play over time, and we also expect that this game will have tremendous value in Asia, and we're still in conversations about it”, Wilson said.

But At the main time, neither the EA nor the Respawn Entertainment has given any concrete information concerning the games' arrival on Android and iOS. However, if the success of the PUBG and the Fortnite on mobile is any indication, the EA might as well bring it to smartphones soon. But if that happens, let's just hope that it is not limited to certain devices at launch as was the case with the Epic Games' smash hit, Fortnite.

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