Apex Legends Mobile: soft launch starts and minimum requirements arrive

We’re finally there: EA and Respawn have officially confirmed that the soft launch of the Android version of Apex Legends Mobile is now around the corner. The famous battle royale of Respawn has been in the test phase for some time and it seems that the final launch of the title is not far off, which will begin to land shortly in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand on the Android platform. In the meantime, the minimum system requirements and the first supported iOS and Android devices have also arrived.

As often happens in these cases, in fact, the choice was to proceed with a soft launch that will allow a small number of players to start taking part in the title, going to gradually expand the audience to other markets and platformsin order to avoid even heavy congestion in the initial phase.

The development team has in fact confirmed that iOS support will come soon, as soon as other markets will be able to access the game; Italy is one of these, so even in our case it is not possible to pre-register already available for other countries on the Play Store.

Apex Legends Mobile will have the task of re-proposing the same formula that has already been successful on PC and consoles, going into collision with others sacred monsters already established as Call of Duty Mobile and PUBG: New State, as well as the evergreen Fortnite. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long before we can try it out for ourselves.

To be able to play Apex Legends Mobile you will need a device with the following system requirements.


  • iPhone 6s or later
  • Operating system iOS 10.0 or later
  • CPU A9 or later
  • 3GB of free space
  • At least 2GB of Ram


  • Android 8.1 or later operating system
  • Open GL 3.0 or later support
  • 3GB of free disk space
  • At least 3GB of Ram

Electronic Arts, the manufacturer of the title, has however kept to specify that the requirement of 3GB of Ram on Android drops to 2GB, so as on iOS, in the case of smartphones from some manufacturers:

  • I live
  • Oppo
  • Huawei
  • Motorola
  • Samsung
  • Lenovo
  • Xiaomi