Surprising and will never achieve the success he achieved today, there are no more precise sentences to explain what EA and Respawn have achieved with Apex Legends. Who would have thought that the concept of dispensing the Titanfall universe without using mecha at all, in the battle royale genre, which at that time was mastered by Fortnite and PUBG, turned out to be an intense game that so many gamers like nowadays. One thing that is interesting is the ambition of EA and Respawn who do not want Apex Legends just "locked" on the console and PC only. With the Nintendo Switch version being planned, it will also be released for the mobile market. The good news? You - mobile gamers don't seem to have to wait too long. Although it has not been officially announced to the public, the latest conversation session with investors conducted by EA CEO Andrew Wilson indicated that the mobile version of Apex Legends will be released in the form of a "soft launch" at the end of 2020. Soft launch means it will be available to several countries first, with Android and iOS-based devices as the main target. But it is unclear whether the mobile version of Apex Legends will have gameplay modifications or will end up being the same experience port as the console and PC versions.