EA's regular quarterly earnings call occured last night, and among talk of profits and revenue for the gaming giant's recent games came some interesting information about its popular battle royale shooter Apex Legends, including the fact that details of the upcoming second season will be coming during the company's EA Play event during E3 2019.
As per the transcript via Seeking Alpha, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said 'We are still at the very beginning of this exciting journey with Apex Legends, and we look forward to sharing more as we go, including the first details of Season 2 at EA PLAY in June.' That event was revealed last month as part of EA's plans for E3 and will take place on June 7-9 later this year.
Interestingly enough, the transcript also made note that EA does indeed plan on bringing the game to mobile, with EA executive Blake Jorgensen saying that 'We are in advanced negotiations to bring Apex Legends to China and to mobile, and we will update you on timeframes when those negotiations are concluded.'
Will it happen before our Colm gets his first Apex Legends Champion Victory? Only time will tell.