Battlefield Mobile is all set for first testing in Autumn 2021 and started pre-registrations on the Google Play Store

By , on September 3, 2021
Last modified 1 week, 4 days ago

The popular first-person shooter game Battlefield is about to make its mobile debut earlier than anticipated. It has appeared on the Google Play Store suddenly. Swedish company EA DICE is developing Battlefield Mobile, and American company Electronic Arts will publish it. The official announcement by EA indicated that Battlefield Mobile is starting with a series of smaller playtests in Indonesia and the Philippines.

The first test will begin in Autumn 2021 and will be available only for Android devices. With time, the developers will expand the area of the test by adding new regions. It has also been specifically mentioned that the test will be available only for devices running Android 7.0 and up.

About Battlefield Mobile

Battlefield Mobile is a free-to-play game that includes cosmetic items. It features its own Battle Passes, collectible cosmetics, and unlockable uniques. As the game is built specifically for mobile devices, it would be wrong to think that it will support cross-play with the PC version.

The game is still in the development phase, and the team behind it is working hard to bring a true Battlefield experience to the players. During testing it will only have the Grand Bazaar map and the Classic Battlefield mode, however, as the test expands to more players and regions, it will be filled up with more varied content.

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Battlefield Mobile Pre-registrations:

Electronic Arts have put the game up for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. If you are from Indonesia and the Philippines then you can simply pre-register for the game by clicking the 'Pre-register button. As soon as the testing starts, you will receive a notification letting you know.

It is also important to note that there is no guarantee of access to the testing just by pre-registering for the game. It is going to be an invitation-based test, so it is also confirmed that no side-loading APKs will let you experience the gameplay illegally. Furthermore, all the data of the test will be wiped out after the testing period.

Currently, the genre is being ruled by famous titles such as PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, Call of Duty: Mobile, etc. Let's see whether Battlefield Mobile would be able to compete with them and secure a place for itself among the popular titles.