If April was a big month for Android gaming, May somehow managed to eclipse it. Not only did Apex Legends Mobile finally release, but Fortnite is now back on mobile. After a long legal battle with Apple, Epic managed to get Fortnite back on iOS and Android officially with the help of Microsoft’s Cloud gaming platform. In case you missed any of the big news this month, we’ll run through exactly what you’ll want to know.
Apex Legends Mobile launches worldwide
Apex Legends Mobile made its worldwide debut after several regional betas and a soft launch earlier this year. It’ll be interesting to see how it pans out over the coming months and if it can retain its playerbase, but Season 1 seems to be promising. Respawn has already stated that Apex Legends Mobile is a separate entity from Apex Legends on console and PC, so it’ll have its own roadmap with different seasons of content and an independent update cadence.