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Apex Legends Mobile’s release has been pushed back to a later date. The main reason why the developers decided to postpone the game’s release date is “due to current world events.” You can read the whole announcement from Respawn on their official blog.

The announcement came as a disappointment for eager fans who have been looking forward to Apex Legends Mobile after its beta testing last year. But fans don’t have to worry too much because Respawn announced a new launch date for the much-awaited battle royale game.

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Apex Legends Mobile’s new release date is March 7.

The delay in launching Apex Legends Mobile will only be for a week as Respawn confirmed in their official blog that March 7 is the new date. Respawn first announced that there will be ten countries participating in the limited regional launch.

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This will still be effective for the delayed-release as they still want to test out the servers before proceeding to a global release. Listed below are the ten participating countries for the limited regional launch on March 7.

Australia New Zealand
Singapore Malaysia
Philippines Indonesia
Mexico Peru
Argentina Colombia

It seems the character selection for Apex Legends Mobile will also be retained. As of writing, there is no update from Respawn on whether they will add other Legends. So far, there are only nine confirmed characters available to play. The available Legends are Bloodhound, Gibraltar, Lifelife, Wraith, Bangalore, Octane, Mirage, Pathfinder, and Caustic.

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Apex Legends Mobile will be available for download on iOS and Android. Let us know in the comments below if you’ll be getting the game on its release. For more content, stay with us, here at Spiel Times.  

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