EA Shuts Down Apex Legends Mobile After Just 1 Year
Electronic Arts (EA) announced this week that it is shutting down Apex Legends Mobile, a mobile version of its popular battle royale game. The game was originally released on May 17, 2022, but it will no longer be playable after May 1st. Real-money purchases have already been disabled.
Apex Legends Mobile was not as successful as the original title, but it still had its fans who enjoyed the game. The mobile version had a slightly different style of play with a focus on shorter, more intense battles. Players were also able to customize their characters with special skins and emotes. Despite the game's popularity, EA decided it was time to pull the plug.
The shutdown of Apex Legends Mobile does not mean that EA is giving up on the franchise. The company is still committed to bringing new content and improvements to the original game. In addition, EA is exploring new opportunities for the franchise, such as a mobile version of its popular Apex Legends Arena game.
EA also announced that it will be offering refunds to players who recently purchased Apex Legends Mobile. Players can contact the company's customer service team to start the process. Additionally, EA is offering free content and rewards to players who have been playing the game.
With EA shutting down Apex Legends Mobile, the company is moving on to other projects. The company is committed to bringing new content and improvements to the original game, as well as exploring new opportunities for the franchise on mobile. EA is also offering refunds and rewards to players who have been playing Apex Legends Mobile.