Battlefield Mobile and Apex Legends Mobile will have no future as EA has announced that development on Battlefield Mobile has gone out, and Apex Legends Mobile will be phased out.
The upcoming Battlefield Mobile game, which had been in the works for many years, has been canceled in a quite surprising move.
EA and Respawn have also announced that after just a year in development, Apex Legends Mobile will cease production and will cease production in three months.
Both titles were anticipated to be flagship mobile games for the giant game company, but EA's latest financial results turned out to be the end for both projects.
Respawn Entertainment issued a statement regarding Apex Legends Mobile, saying, "We aim to provide players with consistently excellent games." Apex Legends Mobile's content pipeline has begun to decline for quality, quantity, and caliber, and thus we have decided to phase out our mobile game. "After months of research, we concluded our agreement."
The game's last day, according to the developers, will be May 1, 2023.
Respawn has stated that they are "disabling all real money in-app purchases in the game as well as removing the game from webstores."
Battlefield Mobile is expected to be in the works for at least a few years, and has begun its beta testing.
"As the industry has evolved and our strategy to create a deeply connected Battlefield ecosystem has taken shape, we decided to withdraw from the current direction in order to best fulfill our franchise's goals and fulfill the expectations of our players."
Battlefield 2042's dedication to enhancing the game is still going strong, and many people are wondering where EA will go next in terms of its position in the mobile gaming market.
Due to the continued success of competitor CoD Mobile, EA's decision has been more jarring, with Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile on the way.
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