The company will expand the tests to include more players from different regions.
EA’s popular console and PC title Battlefield Mobile will be available for beta testing to android users in the fall of this year.
Initially, the Battlefield Mobile beta will only feature the Grand Bazaar map and the solo conquest game mode.
EA plans to begin beta testing Battlefield Mobile this fall with “a series of smaller playtests” involving players in Indonesia and the Philippines who own Android devices. “As we continue with testing, we’ll expand the size of these tests, add new regions,” the company said over on its community website.
Electronic Arts (EA), the company behind popular video game titles like Fifa, Need for Speed, Sims, Battlefield, Medal of Honour, etc. EA has been working on a standalone mobile version of its popular Battlefield games it plans to release sometime in 2022. This week, the publisher shared new details on the upcoming title.
EA says there will be a limited number of slots available for those who want to beta test the mobile game, meaning you won’t necessarily be given access even if you pre-register.
Battlefield Mobile will come from DICE and Industrial Toys. The developer promised an entirely new Battlefield game built from the ground up that will be playable on smartphones and tablets. Players can expect a “fully-fledged, skill-based experience,” EA said back in April with the title’s initial announcement.
According to the Battlefield Mobile page in Google PlayStore, “It boasts “your favourite FPS combat, superior team play, and genre-defining destruction.” As mentioned on the website, Battlefield veterans will both find new maps and modes in the game. Further, players will be able to create an array of “game-changing gadgets and authentic weapons.”
However, to begin, the Battlefield Mobile beta will only feature the Grand Bazaar map and the solo conquest game mode. EA confirmed that more information about maps and game modes will be shared closer to the full launch, which is still unknown. They did confirm that cross-play will not be available as Battlefield Mobile is being “built specifically for mobile.”