Apex Legends Mobile Closed Beta Testing Goes Live
Apex Legends Mobile has gone up on its closed beta testing in select Asian regions. These include Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia. The Indian audience already received their sneak peak of the game earlier this year. The game has been a massive success on PC and consoles. Now, with the mobile port slowly nearing an official roll out, it is hard for the mobile gaming community to not be excited out of their minds about it.
Respawn Entertainment, in collaboration with EA developed Apex Legends two years ago in 2019. It was their very own fast-paced take on the battle royale genre. It is great to see the game finally arrive in a compact mobile version. Apex Legends Mobile is a mixture of hero shooters and an open world map.
Apex Legends Mobile will definitely be a tough competitor for Call of Duty Mobile and Battlegrounds Mobile India in the country. The massively popular battle royale hero shooter is up for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. Players shall soon be able to grind for victory in the Frontier of Apex Legends.
Apex Legends Mobile Closed Beta Testing: What Else?
Respawn Entertainment is known for their attention to detail and responsive gunplay. It will be interesting to see how Respawn Entertainment ports the Apex Legends Mobile version with touch controls. Additionally, it will be fun to see all the popular Apex Legends Mobile characters come alive on your mobile screen. These characters include Recon specialists like Bloodhound to Defense-oriented characters like Gibraltar.
Moreover, going by the gameplay, the game will start off with a third person perspective. However, it shifts to first person immediately when the player aims and shoots. Besides, the entire switch will be quite fluid and seamless.
To add to this, there is no feature to switch between first person and third person on PC and consoles. However, Apex Legends Mobile will be getting this small but essential feature. It is difficult to play a fast-paced game on the comparatively small mobile screen. Allowing players to switch perspectives makes them find their comfort zone while playing the game.
Taking things back a bit, Indian gamers received the Apex Legends Mobile closed beta testing earlier this year on April 27. The closed beta testing of the game ended on May 1. The game received pretty good reviews back then, minus the few bugs and glitches that will definitely be there in the closed beta version. With the closed beta testing rolling out to multiple regions gradually, the global launch of the game seems to be right around the corner.
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