SaveApexMobile Campaign: Apex Mobile players gather under the hashtag SaveApexLegendsMobile in hopes of changing EA’s mind – On Jan. 31, Electronic Arts (EA) announced they are shutting down multiple game titles under their banner. Apex Legends Mobile, Battlefield Mobile, and Rumbleverse are the ones affected by this decision. Now, popular content creators and players are banding up together in an effort to save their favorite mobile battle royale game.
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SaveApexMobile Campaign: Apex Mobile players gather under the hashtag #SaveApexLegendsMobile in hopes of changing EA’s mind
Apex Legends Mobile was launched on May 17, 2022, and it garnered high praise due to its high-quality graphics, fast-paced combat, and character-based gameplay. Unfortunately, its developed Respawn Entertainment (which is owned by Electronic Arts) has decided to shut down the game before it completes a year of being available on different platforms. Since the news broke out about Apex Legends Mobile getting shut down in all regions on May 1, many players have taken to social media to garner support and save the game.
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Players participate in the SaveApexLegendsMobile campaign
Even popular mobile gaming content creators from different esports organizations have participated in the #SaveApexMobile Campaign in an effort to dissuade EA from ending the game.
The campaign tweets and replies are being shared across multiple social media platforms so that the issue can garner more recognition among the gaming community.
Many players are even disappointed with EA’s decision since the upcoming season 4 promised to introduce lots of new content.
Apex Mobile players have started a #SaveApexMobile campaign to ask EA not to shut down the game, after the final season was revealed with lots of new content.
EA has confirmed the game is set to shutdown on May 1. pic.twitter.com/twPAuzFi3b
— Apex Legends News (@alphaINTEL) February 10, 2023
It is quite sad to see Apex Legends Mobile getting shut down even though it has been 2022’s most downloaded game on iPhones and iPads. According to EA’s announcement, the game had started to fall short of the standard set for quality, quantity, and cadence.
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— DusteeYT (@itsdustee) February 10, 2023
Apex Legends Mobile will cease its operations in all regions on May 1 and will no longer be playable. The real-money in-app purchases have already been disabled on Feb. 1 and players can spend their existing Syndicate Gold until the game gets shut down. In the case of purchases made within the game till now, EA will not be offering any refunds.
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