On 8th March 2022, Apex Legends' official soft launch happened for both Android and iOS devices. This launch is just available in 10 countries, leaving many across the globe without an official way (via Google PlayStore on Android) to download Apex Legends Mobile. That's where the APK and OBB download links come into play.
Jumping into this mobile battle royale and enjoying all the unique legends might be difficult for some via official sources. To this end, we provide you with Apex Legends Mobile APK and OBB download links and a guide on how to install them on your Android device. Sorry, iOS gamers, we don't have a solution for you just yet.
Apex Legends Mobile APK & OBB download links
As always, we strongly recommend you try to download the game via the official Google PlayStore page, as that's is the safest and the easiest way to keep your apps up-to-date.
We are going to cut right to the chase now, below you can find a Google Drive folder with both the OBB and APK files.
These files are for the game's soft launch and come directly from prominent mobile game dataminer and leaker, Murdablast.
How to install Apex Legends Mobile APK & Obb files
You will require 3 GB of free space to install Apex Legends Mobile. However, we do recommend at least 6 GB, since you have to download the files before the installation process begins.
To install the Apex Legends Mobile APK and OBB files, follow the exact steps below.
- Make sure to have enough free space on your device
- Head to "Settings > Safety and Privacy"
- Select "Install apps from Unknown Sources"
- Run the APK file and the installation will say "No Obb Found".
- Move the OBB file to Android > OBB > ea.com.apex.legends.mobile
- Run the game and download any additional updates.
- Enjoy Apex Legends Mobile!
If you run into any issues installing Apex Legends Mobile's APK and OBB files, such as a parsing error, redownload the files, restart your Android device and try again.
So there you have it, the Apex Legends Mobile launch APK and OBB files, and how to install them. Remember, since only 10 countries are supported for this soft launch, players might need a VPN, and latency might be less than ideal.
Featured image courtesy of Electronic Arts.