It’s not just a year since EA released Apex Legends Mobile for Android and iOS devices. EA is going to pull its strings on its mobile version of Apex Legends in May.
The game will be playable till May, as players will be engaging in the last battles.
Apex Legends Mobile is made by Respawn Entertainment studio, a subsidiary of EA and Tencent’s Light speed and Quantum studios.
Respawn has this to say about this development in a blog post, “At Respawn, we aim to provide players with games that are consistently outstanding. Following a strong start, the content pipeline for Apex Legends Mobile has begun to fall short of that bar for quality, quantity, and cadence. It is for this reason, after months of working with our development partner, that we have made the mutual decision to sunset our mobile game.”
EA has mentioned the deadline to be 4 PM PDT, on May 1, 2023. All the in-game purchases and in-game currency will remain on your account till that time. You’ll be able to consume any in-game content you purchased till the 90-day sunset period.
EA has mentioned that the company will not offer any refunds for any purchases made on the game by users. Although the company has mentioned, users can apply for refunds via Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
EA is only pulling the curtains on Apex Legends Mobile; the console and PC versions remain available as usual.
It seems that Apex Legends Mobile didn’t reach the level of success EA hoped it would get; it shot up to popularity shortly after its launch. Respawn was continuously adding content to the game and has been trying to emulate the PC and console counterparts. But recently, it has seen a sharp drop-off in players, and it has taken a toll on the companies’ financials.
EA Drops Upcoming Battlefield Mobile Plans
It seems that EA is done with its mobile ambitions. It has also announced that the company will not go forward with the upcoming launch of Battlefield Mobile. The game had been in testing for the past two years, it seems that Apex Legends Mobile has burned the hand of EA in mobile, and it doesn’t want to do anything with mobile gaming.
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