Battlefield Mobile beta arriving soon; can be downloaded from Google Play Store
Popular game Battlefield is getting an Android version next year, but gamers will be able to try the Battlefield Mobile beta for Android later this year. App will be available for downloading on Google Play Store.
Battlefield Mobile beta for Android: Battlefield fans may not be happy that they have to wait until 2022 to be able to play the game on their smartphones and tablets, and the game that was announced back in April is still under development and beta testing is on as the company prepares for launch.
However, even though the game itself is launching next year, it doesn't mean that all gamers will have to wait until then to try the mobile version of Battlefield Mobile. In fact, EA themselves recently announced that Battlefield Mobile beta for Android was already in testing and will roll out to more players around the globe, according to a new report.
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According to the FAQ recently posted by EA on its website, the company has already begun testing the Battlefield Mobile beta for Android in the Philippines and in Indonesia. However, gamers in other regions are probably wondering when they will be able to download and try the game out themselves. According to the company, Battlefield Mobile beta for Android will also roll out to other regions soon.
Once the Battlefield Mobile beta for Android is available for testing in your region, you can simply go to the Google Play Store and download the game. It should be listed as “Early Access” on the Google Play Store. However, there is no word on the minimum system requirements for Android phones in order to play the upcoming Battlefield Mobile beta for Android. The game will also not allow interaction or continuity with the PC version of the game, and the beta will only apply to Android users.
Battlefield Mobile beta for Android will feature Fortnite-like cosmetics as in-app purchases, while gamers should also be able to purchase a ‘battle pass' and other content that should not affect the free-to-play nature of the game. The game is expected to release on mobile devices next year, but there is no word on whether (and when) an iOS beta version will be available for gamers to test, like the current Battlefield Mobile beta for Android.
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