Electronic Arts’ first-person shooter franchise will soon be making its way to new platforms via Battlefield Mobile. Mobile developer Industrial Toys recently revealed that the Battlefield Mobile open beta is available in select regions. These regions are only located in Asia, and those looking to try it out in other regions may need to use a VPN to download the app. Also, the game is only available on Android at the moment.
Here’s everything we know so far about the Battlefield Mobile open beta.
Battlefield Mobile Open Beta Now Available in Five Countries
Friends, thank you for your patience! Happy to announce a #BattlefieldMobile open beta is live🇲🇾🇸🇬🇹🇭🇮🇩🇵🇭
We’ve been working hard on your feedback on the movement (gyro?!), graphics, and more. We can’t wait for you to play the new changes! pic.twitter.com/buGO5lq3mQ
— Industrial Toys (@IndustrialToys) November 8, 2022
The beta version of BF Mobile is currently available in the following regions:
- Android 8.0 or newer
- Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 9 (8895), or better
- At least 3 GB of RAM
- Minimum 2 GB of storage space
- 64-bit devices
Game modes like Conquest, Rush, TDM, and Warpath are currently available in the beta. Additionally, classes from the console/PC version of the game are present here. Assault, Engineer, Support, and Recon classes are popping up with gear and weapons that can be unlocked by playing the game. Talking about the beta, the developers mentioned that the progress will be reset after the end of beta:
“As a beta, we will need to reset player progress. All in-game purchases during the beta will be converted to Battlefield Coins of equal value with a 25% bonus to the same account at global launch.
This isn’t the Battlefield franchise’s first mobile foray. Over a decade ago, Battlefield Bad Company 2 was released for iOS devices. However, unlike its predecessor, the new game has a strong focus on multiplayer. For the moment, no release date has been mentioned. Players can keep an eye on this space for more announcements and official news.