The long-awaited game, Battlefield Mobile is all set for its Closed Beta Test later this month, confirmed by the CEO of ELECTRONIC ARTS (EA) themselves. Read to learn more.
Introduction to Battlefield Mobile
The game was developed by Electronic Arts(EA) which is one of the biggest game developing companies. They developed many top-quality games like FIFA, Apex Legends etc. They are one of the giants in the gaming industry. Their battlefield franchise is very big and now another member is being added to the family. It is a First-Person Shooting game, where you fight and defend your teammates and survive for the victory. It’s a tactical survival game. Like with any other game, you can upgrade your heroes, weapons everything and it offers in-game purchases too. EA’s most of the successful big games are only available to play on Xbox or PlayStation etc. But now they are slowly focusing on bringing the games with the same experience for mobile game players too, like ‘Apex Legends Mobile’ registration is going on.
Closed Beta Test
In a recent interview, the CEO of Electronics Arts (EA) announced that Battlefield Mobile is going to have its Close Beta Test later this month. But there’s no information about the dates, or how to join the test. As you might know, Close Beta Tests are generally available to limited people who have registered early on. If your region and device are suitable for the Beta Test then you might gain access to register and play the game. When everything is ready, the site and the page will automatically get updated and you can register when it’s open. Hopefully, the dates for the registration will be announced soon as the test is supposed to be held this month.
The game had its Alpha Test last year in September 2021 which was available to download directly from ‘Google Play‘. Since it was the first test and the game was incomplete and needed a lot more work to be done, many weren’t satisfied with the gaming experience they had. It was available for limited regions too. But a long time has passed and we hope that they have worked on the problems. Stay tuned for more information.