Apex Legends Mobile - Difference Between Quick Battle and Battle Royale
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Apex Legends Mobile – Difference Between Quick Battle and Battle Royale

There are some notable differences between Battle Royale and Quick Battle.
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After much anticipation, Apex Legends Mobile has officially launched and already become an instant classic. Even though it’s based off the console and PC version of Apex Legends, the mobile edition is still vastly different. Including an exclusive new character, Fade. As well as a fresh perks system and a few new game modes for the world to experience.

Today we’re going to be looking at the difference between the Quick Battle and Battle Royale game modes.

Apex Legends Mobile – Difference Between Quick Battle and Battle Royale

Respawn Entertainment and the game’s new developer, Lightspeed Studios, have done a fantastic job of blending the new with the old. By bringing back some of the well-known maps and locations from the console and PC version of Apex Legends. While still introducing a bevy of fresh new features and game modes in Apex Legends Mobile.

In total, there are seven different game modes you can play; Arenas, Armed & Dangerous, Battle Royale, Flashpoint, Team Deathmatch, Tutorial, and Quick Battle. Though the two that have gained the most traction thus far is easily Battle Royale and Quick Battle. So, here are some of the primary differences between the two.

Battle Royale

Battle Royale is the standard game mode that every Apex Legends player is going to be most familiar with. Players must drop into new locations, loot resources, and work to stay alive in order to win a battle royale match. At launch, you will get to experience World’s Edge, which has been restored to its original launch state from when it first arrived on the PC and console version of Apex. While Kings Canyon is coming soon. Similar to the original Apex Legends, the mobile version will allow you to craft your own rotation or auto fill your squad if you don’t want to play solo.

Quick Battle

Quick Battle follows a similar premise to Battle Royale, except you’ll be fighting in a much smaller ring. So, it’s perfect for those that don’t have the time to play a full-scale battle royale match or just prefer close-quarters combat. It’s going to be far quicker than your average battle royale match but more similar to that than other game modes like Arenas or Team Deathmatch.

That’s everything you need to know about the differences between the Quick Battle and Battle Royale game modes in Apex Legends Mobile. If you found this information helpful, be sure to check out our news section to see what else is happening in the world of gaming.

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