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Apex Legends for iPhone and iPad expands its reach ahead of full rollout


Apex Legends Mobile for iPhone and iPad
There's still no release date for a proper launch.
Photo: EA

Apex Legends Mobile, the smartphone and tablet version of the popular battle royale game, expands its reach to 10 new countries next week ahead of an official global rollout.

The game has been in testing since EA and Respawn launched a closed beta almost a year ago. It still doesn’t have a release date, but Respawn says it will share more details “coming out of the limited regional launch.”

Battle royale games rake in $2 billion on mobile alone


Fortnite on Android
Fortnite isn't top of the list, but there's a catch.
Photo: Epic Games

Battle royale games have now raked in more than $2 billion on Android and iOS, according to the latest data.

Fortnite and competing titles like PUBG Mobile earned an estimated $476 million during the first quarter of 2019 alone. A surprising title leads in player spending — but there is a catch.

Hit battle royale game Apex Legends could be on its way to iOS


Apex Legends
"Advanced negotiations" are currently going on.
Photo: EA Games

2019’s battle royale game Apex Legends has been a big hit for EA. In its first month available, the game broke free-to-play records for raking in cash on video games consoles and Windows.

Now the popular game could be on its way to iOS, too. In doing so, it would follow in the established big money footsteps laid out by the likes of Fortnite and PUBG.

Epic teases exciting changes for Fortnite season 8


Fortnite season 8
Are you ready for Fortnite season 8?
Photo: Epic Games

Fortnite season eight will finally land later this week, and it’s going to bring massive changes to Battle Royale.

Epic Games has already published two teasers that give little away, but a number of exciting details have now been confirmed. Fans can look forward to the removal of planes and improved team communication.

Is Fortnite dying? Not even close


Fortnite Score Royale
And 15 free Battle Stars!
Photo: Epic Games

Growing criticism from professional players and the incredible rise of Apex Legends has led some to believe that Fortnite may be dying out. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

The hit battle royale game broke two new records for concurrent players this month, thanks in part to its monumental in-game Marshmello concert.