Battlefield mobile – release date and info
Announced last April by Electronic Arts, the subject of the Battlefield mobile release in the near future has been rather discreet. Since the announcements on the future PC license, the upcoming Android and iOS title has remained in the shadows, until this week. We now know more about the Battlefield mobile game thanks to an official announcement from EA.
Towards a Battlefield mobile release date
When it comes out, Battlefield mobile will be true to its predecessors on other media. The game uses the gameplay formula of the Paced team-based FPS and its large arsenal of weapons. Competitive gameplay and large-scale destruction will take center stage on ever-large maps.
Unfortunately, don’t expect crossplay, PC gamers and consoling. The game is developed independently from its big brothers. Although it takes up the fundamentals of the license on the gameplay or content side (such as the maps since we can see one of the maps of BF III), the title of EA is entirely made in agreement with the mobile support. In fact, crossplay compatibility would be too substantial to develop for the release of Battlefield mobile. EA preferred to specify that it was not on the agenda.
You will therefore have to be satisfied with the Classic Conquest mode at the license and the Grand Bazaar card at launch.
Some countries will soon have access to playtests
We do not yet know the release date of Battlefield mobile. But its publisher shed light on other aspects of the game. The title will be a free-to-play with in-app purchases. In addition, during the test phase, you will need a minimum configuration Android 7.0 or more. This is not the final minimum config, just the version on which the playtests will work best for this mobile FPS.
Pre-registrations for Battlefield mobile are not yet open across the world. However, EA has unveiled the start of a test phase in two countries: Indonesia and the Philippines. We do not yet know which regions will be next. Moreover, these two countries will only have access to the game fall 2021, at an undetermined date. As with most mobile games, Europe will probably have to wait until the pre-registration opens and then the full release of Battlefield mobile to be able to test it.
Note that Electronic Arts has nevertheless confirmed that other countries will gradually have access to the game via the pre-registration page Play store.