Electronic Arts has opened pre-registrations for Apex Legends Mobile. As a result, the upcoming mobile title has already attracted over 7.5 million Android users.

Pre-registrations on Google Play started on March 17, giving users an opportunity to become first players of Apex Legends Mobile when it comes out this summer.

EA also shared a new trailer featuring gameplay footage and announcing exclusive in-game cosmetics for pre-registered players.

According to a counter on the official website, 7,577,496 players have applied so far.

The game is a standalone mobile version of EA’s successful battle royale, which has reached over 100 million players and $1 billion in lifetime revenue since its launch in 2019.

Last month, EA soft-launched Apex Legends Mobile in 10 selected countries. It is developed by Respawn in collaboration with Tencent-owned studio Lightspeed & Quantum, which is best known for creating PUBG Mobile.

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