According to both publisher Electronic Arts and developer Respawn Entertainment, Apex Legends Mobile will be discontinued (EA).
The “content pipeline” for the mobile game “begun to fall short of that bar for quality, quantity, and cadence.” according to the two parties, despite the fact that it had a solid beginning.
The game’s creators, Respawn Entertainment, said on January 31 that all in-app purchases will be eliminated after May 1 and the game would no longer be accessible worldwide.
Despite the hopes for Apex Legends Mobile esports, a number of tournament directors have said they will no longer be hosting competitions for the title. Instead, Apex Legends contests for PC and console will continue to be held by organizations like the Esports Gaming League (EGL).
The main Apex Legends edition, particularly in the world of professional gaming, seems to be continually expanding, despite the mobile version of the game being cancelled. The Apex Legends Global Series (AGLS), the strongest competitive arena for the battle royale game, is still going strong. The Split 1 Playoffs will be held in London’s Copper Box Arena from February 2–5, with a total prize pool of $1 million (£811,370) up for grabs.
Before the Playoffs, the ALGS Split 1 Pro Leagues in North America and EMEA came to an end. The leagues drew between 87,800 and 162,300 spectators at their peak.
After only one year, Apex Legends Mobile, which debuted in May 2022, will be canceled. More mobile games are coming because the Apex Legends developers “remain passionate about mobile as a platform,” according to Respawn Entertainment.