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Apex Legends has become the latest sensation in the mobile gaming space. The game has already garnered a huge user base, topping the iOS App Store charts in over 60 countries.

While players are enjoying Apex Legends Mobile on a variety of smartphones, be it mid-ranger or flagships, many are waiting for emulator support to arrive. And well, that day is finally here. Now you can play Apex Legends Mobile, the latest battle royale mobile game, on your PC with ease.

We’ve rounded up two popular apps for running Apex Mobile on your Windows computer, as well as a surprising performance boost in one of them. So without further ado, let’s dive into it.

How to play Apex Legends Mobile on PC using Bluestacks

You can play Apex Legends Mobile on PC via Bluestacks and other popular emulators. First make sure you meet the system requirements for the emulator:

Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (version 1903 and above) and Windows 11

Processor: Intel or AMD processor.

RAM: Your PC must have at least 4 GB of RAM. (Note that 4 GB or more of disk space is not a substitute for RAM)

Storage: 5 GB free disk space. You will need another 3 GB of free space to install Apex Legends Mobile

You must be an administrator on your PC.

Up to date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset vendor.

If you meet the system requirements, here is how you can download Apex Legends Mobile on PC.

Click here to download and install Bluestacks on your PC.

Complete Google Sign-in to access the Play Store in Bluestacks.

Find Apex Legends Mobile in the search bar.

Select and install Apex Legends Mobile via the search bar

Go to the home menu and click on Apex Legends Mobile to play the game.

However, Google is reportedly working on a native mobile emulator for PC that will allow players to run Apex Legends Mobile on PC without the need for third-party emulators. Unless the emulator is available on PC, you should be aware that running Apex Legends Mobile on the emulator may cause you to lose your account progress. The dev team is yet to decide which emulators will be officially supported but players are able to play games on popular emulators like BlueStacks and Gameloop.

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Apex Legends Mobile was initially only available in limited beta in India and the Philippines, though Respawn and EA said more regions would be covered in the future.

Previously, you could play Apex Legends on your phone through other services, but now you can play a PC version instead of the mobile port in that instance. It’s a dedicated port with on-screen controls and additional features for smaller TVs.

Apex Legends Mobile will be automatically downloaded from the Play Store to your device overnight if you have already pre-registered. After installing the game, you’ll need to go through a lengthy tutorial before entering the season 1 eponymous map, “World’s End”. There’s also a mobile-only story called “Fade” to unlock.

You’ll also get a bunch of special in-game rewards if you pre-registered for Apex Legends Mobile. Founder’s badge, Bloodhound banner pose and frame, an R99 Epic skin, and many others are among them.

With on-screen controls that are similar to the hugely popular Call of Duty, the game has been adjusted to be better suited for mobile gameplay. On PC and consoles, the control scheme can be tweaked to fit your preferences, and automatic loot picks help speed up this sometimes delicate process.

There are some minimum device specifications that must be met in order for Apex Legends Mobile to run at its best. To get started, you’ll need an Exynos 7420 or Helio P20 processor, Snapdragon 435, Kirin 650, 4GB of storage space, 2GB of RAM, and in addition, your mobile should be running Android 6 or higher.

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