EA is planning Apex Legends to go mobile, cross-play


This was revealed by EA CEO Andrew Wilson during the publisher's latest earnings call.

Though new battle royale games have occasionally been touted as the "PUBG killer" or "Fortnite killer", the individuality of them allow the games to retain their players amid new releases.

What just happened? Apex Legends only launched a couple of days ago and is already seeing broad adoption.

However, that's not stopping EA from going all-in on the new IP.

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It will be interesting to see whether this success will continue later this month, whether Apex Legends will be able to top 5 million players by the end of February, and whether the number of concurrent players will be further increased!

Fortunately, it sounds like more Titanfall related content is on the way.

However, it seems that the influencers' role in Apex Legends stretched beyond simple promotional purposes and actually had an influence on how the game was developed. While it is set within the universe of Titanfall, fans of the series still aren't best pleased. As the live service evolves, Respawn also plans to launch a premium game this year that is a new twist on the Titanfall universe.

Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene is the creator of PUBG, a battle royale game which was one of the first to explode in popularity. Will you still play it even if it doesn't have walljumping and titans?