The gaming company Electronic Arts has launched the open beta of its latest mobile game – Battlefield Mobile – in five Asian countries. Currently, the open beta of Battlefield Mobile is only available for Android devices, and the game will soon be released to more markets as it is already available for pre-registration.
The five countries in which the game is available include Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, and according to a report by VGC, EA CEO Andrew Wilson suggested during an earnings call in May that Battlefield Mobile is expected to launch in a global version “in late May.” This year or early 2023,” however, the game’s broader rollout will depend on initial testing progress.
It is noteworthy that this game was developed by Industrial Toys, a game studio acquired by EA in 2018, and this studio is headed by Bungie founder and former CEO Alex Seropian.
The open beta of Battlefield Mobile will include classic Battlefield modes like Conquest and Rush, apart from this, the mobile version will also contain existing maps like Noshahr Canals and Grand Bazaar from Battlefield 3.
On the other hand, the gaming company Electronic Arts recently confirmed that the Battlefield 2042 game will soon be available within the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and EA Play subscription services, as this game will also include free access periods on all major gaming systems and is expected to reach these subscription services by December .