Respawn to Sunset Apex Legends Mobile

Despite not launching until May 2022, Respawn has announced that it will be retiring Apex Legends Mobile this year.

Yesterday, January 31, Respawn issued a statement revealing that they will be ending service for Apex Legends Mobile on May 1, 2023 “quantity and cadence,” the statement read.

“For this reason, after months of cooperation with our development partner, we have made the joint decision to discontinue our mobile game.”

Apex Legends Mobile launched on May 17, 2022 and featured two Legends exclusive to the mobile title: Fade and Rhapsody. Now, less than a year later, the game is starting to shut down the service.

Effective January 31st, all real money app purchases have been disabled in Apex Legends Mobile. The game has also been removed from the web stores. Respawn has announced that players will be able to continue playing the full game and spending their existing premium currency during the 90-day sunsetting period.

Unfortunately, due to the terms of the EA User Agreement, players cannot request a refund for real money purchases.

The game’s servers will cease operations on May 1, 2023 at 4:00 PM PDT.

Respawn’s statement ended by saying, “Our love for the Apex Universe and for our players remains unchanged. We look forward to exploring this universe, its characters and its stories with you. In the meantime, we appreciate your continued support and patience as we navigate these next steps.” Respawn to Sunset Apex Legends Mobile

Greg Norman

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