Apex Legends Mobile will shut down in May, EA will not refund in-game purchases

Apex Legends Mobile is about to shut down, less than a year after it was released. In a tweet, developer Respawn Entertainment confirmed its decision to discontinue the future battle royale game on Android and iOS, across all regions on May 2 – just weeks before the one-year anniversary. The game will become unplayable at 4:30 a.m. IST on that day, with the developer disabling all in-app purchases and removing the title from the store today. All existing purchases will be available for use during the 90-day period before Apex Legends Mobile closes. In addition, publisher EA has also stopped developing its mobile game Battlefield, and completely closed the Industrial Toys studio.

“After a strong start, the content system for Apex Mobile Legends began to fall short of that standard in quality, quantity, and rhythm. It is for this reason that, after many months of working with our development partners, we have made the joint decision to discontinue our mobile game offering.” blog post from Revival entertainment read. The studio also noted that it is “excited” about the entire mobile platform and will continue to look for new opportunities there. Any existing virtual currency in the game — Syndicate gold — will remain in your account and can be used until May 2. That means, EA warns that it will not refund any “real money purchases”.

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EA refers to the terms mentioned in its user agreement, as an excuse to not issue refunds. On the other hand, we have Epic game and the Iron Galaxy Rumbleversealso recently announced planned shutdown plans for February 28th. Players who have spent money on that game are eligible for a refund on all platforms — be it battle cards or Brawlla Bills (in-game currency) — although specifics about Similar amounts will be revealed in the near future. During an earnings call, EA CEO Andrew Wilson gave an update hinting at a possible future for top legend on mobile. “We have learned a lot and plan to reimagine the connected Apex Mobile experience in the future,” he said (through IGN).

During the call, Wilson also gave an in-depth answer on why Apex Mobile Legends Has been closed. “There is a degree of immersion and complexity to top game in particular, which is very similar to what Apex is all about — the verticality of gameplay and team play — that doesn’t quite fit mobile as we’d hoped. “I think we learned a lot from that,” he added. Platform-only decision, with services for Apex Legends on computer and the dashboard continues to run smoothly.

As stated before, EA has also ceased development on battlefield mobile game, announced April 2021. “As the industry evolved and our strategy to create a deeply connected Battlefield ecosystem took shape, we decided to shift direction. from the current direction to best execute our vision for the franchise and meet our player expectations, a declare read from publishers. Battlefield as a franchise has undergone some major changes recently, with a new studio Ridgeline Games tops campaign segment of upcoming games. The studio is headed by Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto. Additionally, Vince Zampella, CEO, Respawn Entertainment – known for giant waterfall and Apex Legends — assigned to Battlefield, with the primary goal of building a connected universe.

Wilson stated that EA has paused development of the mobile version to “really think about the broader franchise strategy and allow management to build a truly cross-platform immersive game experience around a Battlefield reimagined in the future.” For now, the studio will continue to work on development Battlefield 2042released for poor critical response.

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