A wealth of almost $2 billion in only three years: In only three years, Apex Legends has amassed a fortune of more than $2 billion.
Any battle royale game that lasts many years while introducing new characters and material consider a success. The team hero shooter turned out to be a financial and critical success, grossing over $2 billion.
The amount comes from EA’s most recent quarterly profits report, detailed on page six. “Apex Legends has surpassed the $2 billion milestones in lifetime net bookings,” the statement adds.
The primary season also dub “the most successful ever,” albeit no concrete figures were provided.
It’s no surprise that Apex Legends has surpassed such a significant financial milestone.
A wealth of almost $2 billion in only three years
A battle pass with new cosmetics and additional material is included with every new season. While collecting enough in-game cash via challenges is one way to gain access, many gamers will pay real money when a new season release.
Newcastle, who debuted as the face of Season 13: Saviors, is an example of a new Legend. We have a helpful guide for those interested in playing Newcastle this time around for those who are wondering.
Apex Legends release in February of this year, so $2 billion in less than three years is astounding. As the Apex world expands, you can only anticipate that number to rise.
Apex Legends Mobile listed as one of EA’s “three major drivers of mobile growth” in the earnings report. We already know that it will debut globally next week (players in certain countries have already been able to get it).
On Tuesday, May 17, it will be available worldwide for iOS and Android smartphones.
Although the main game and Apex Legends Mobile have some significant differences, the latter provides EA with a revenue stream. In addition, some individuals will play and pay to get exclusive Legend skins on mobile.