EA is working with a Chinese partner to create a mobile Apex Legends that will be released globally.
Blake Jorgensen, EA CFO, answered questions during a post-conference Q&A session, and a few of them were about the upcoming Apex Legends mobile version.
“Rolling mobile out in China, you need to have a partner, and we’re, as we’ve said in the prepared remarks today, working with a partner there. We’re very excited about the opportunity,” Jorgensen confirmed.
This isn't a strange decision as companies like Riot Games and Activision Blizzard have also partnered with Chinese developers to help create a mobile version of their games. We know that Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts is looking to bring Apex Legends to the Switch, and it should take place before the mobile game comes out.
Most of our knowledge of Revenant's abilities comes from a leak by That1MiningGuy in a video he posted in early December. Based on the video and a look at the game files, it appears that Revenant will have two different stances: "Regular Stance" and "Shadow Stance."
His passive ability, Infiltrator, is present in both of his forms and allows him to walk faster and climb higher walls than other characters.
It will be fun to see him finally in action.