Today EA released its quarterly earnings, and as expected Apex Legends It was a success. According to EA, the real battle game developed by Respawn is "easily the fastest growing franchise we have ever had". However, what might be surprising is that EA says it is looking to take the game from the PC and console to mobile platforms. . "We are bringing advanced negotiations Apex Legends "To China and to the mobile," the company said during today's call.
Uh, uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, but clearly EA is looking to keep up with the pace of apexThe biggest competitors, Fortnite duck PUBG. Both games are available on mobile devices, although they use different strategies. Fortnite is essentially the same experience on all platforms, including mobile, while PUBG has a separate version called PUBG Mobile. Both games are mbadive successes; As of last December, the mobile version of PUBG I had as many players as all Fortnite, around 200 million.
There is no information on when this could happen. apex, or what form the mobile iteration will take. But it seems that EA is striving to maintain the initial momentum of the game. "We are very excited about the future of Apex Legends"The company said today.
Last month, Respawn said it planned to continue updating the game with seasonal updates, "with a focus on the quality of the content on the novelty or speed of release." This followed the crisis reports and extreme overtime in Fortnite Epic developer, which is updated at an incredibly fast speed. "We want to maintain our culture as a development team and avoid the crisis that can quickly lead to exhaustion or worse" apex Executive producer Drew McCoy said at the time.