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System Requirements for Playing Apex Legends Mobile

System Requirements for Playing Apex Legends Mobile

As Wowkia discussed in the previous article, Apex Legends will soon be released on the mobile platform in the next 3 or 4 months. That’s why here I will discuss the system requirements for playing Apex Legends Mobile for those of you who have waited a long time to be able to play this game on the mobile platform.

However, before following this discussion further, it’s a good idea to know the discussion about Tencent being involved in developing the Apex Legends Mobile game, which you can see via this link.

Here’s the System Requirements for Playing Apex Legends Mobile

Here's the System Requirements for Playing Apex Legends Mobile
Here’s the System Requirements for Playing Apex Legends Mobile | Mobile Mode Gaming

Okay, if you already know various things related to Apex Legends Mobile, here are the minimum or recommended system requirements for smoothly and comfortably playing the mobile version of the Apex Legends game.

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Minimum

  • iPhone 8 or a smartphone using the Apple Bionic A11 chipset
  • Android 9 or a smartphone using the Snapdragon 625 chipset

Recommended

  • iPhone 10 or smartphones using the Apple Bionic 11, 12, 13, and above chipsets
  • Android 10 or smartphones using the Snapdragon 720G, 730G, and above chipsets.

After knowing the system requirements for playing the Apex Legends game’s mobile version, do your devices meet the required criteria? If not, and if you are someone who is really waiting for this Apex Legends Mobile game, you should change your smartphone to a higher specifications smartphone to play this game!

However, keep in mind that the system requirements for playing Apex Legends Mobile are only estimations or rumors in themselves. However, considering that Apex Legends is a game that has a large map and good graphics, it looks like the chipsets that Wowkia just mentioned are true.