Earlier this month EA games announced an early access program for the mobile version of its popular Battle Royale game – Apex Legends. The closed beta for the game should be available to Android users in India and the Philippines.
With the announcement, the company also listed the game for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. The game is now being rolled out in closed beta for those who have pre-registered for the game. EA has confirmed that the rollout for users in the Philippines will begin next month.
In order to get the game into closed beta, users must pre-register for this in the Google Play Store. It is important to note that there are only a limited number of slots available, so not everyone who pre-registers will be able to access the game.
To pre-register for the game, go to the game’s listing page on the Google Play website ( Here) and press this pre-registration button. Make sure you sign in with the Google account that is registered on your smartphone.
After pressing the pre-registration button, a new prompt will appear to confirm the pre-registration. This is also where you can check the Automatic Install box to have the game install automatically in case you are lucky.
For those who don’t know, it is rumored that the game will be released on Android and iOS operating systems sometime in November and, like the PC and console versions of the game, will be available for free.