When Jorgensen was asked about partnering up with other developers when it comes to the company’s mobile IPs, he revealed:
“So, obviously, rolling mobile out in China, you need to have a partner. And we’re — as we’ve said in the prepared remarks today that we’re working with a partner there and we’re very excited about the opportunity.
“That partner is also helping us develop a mobile Apex for the globe. And — well, more to come on that in terms of timing, but that’s also a big upside for us. We have not built a lot into our forecast for next year on that, because the timing is always uncertain. But we do believe that there’s a lot of opportunities there.”
Jorgensen added that two mobile games were being planned for soft launches, although these weren’t named.
“Finally we expect two new mobile titles to make it into soft launch,” Jorgensen adds.
“We expect growth to accelerate in fiscal 2022 as we leveraged the growing base of next-generation consoles with the launch of a new Battlefield. This is on top of the launches of FIFA 22 and Madden NFL 22 plus new and ongoing live services and other titles.”
So while we don’t have a firm release date for Apex Legends Mobile secured for 2020, it sounds like we will hear more about very soon. The next big event won’t be the launch of Apex Legends on Mobile devices in 2020.
Season 4 is launching next week on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, bringing with it new content including a new Legends character to play as.