Apex Legends Mobile is now available on Android and iOS but it is not officially playable on PC. However, players can use emulators to play on PC if they want to. Respawn Entertainment has not implemented emulation support officially but players are able to run the game on some emulators without any issues. Bluestacks is one of the most popular emulators out there but you can go with any emulator of your choice.
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 that 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 having 4 GB or more 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’s how you can download Apex Legends Mobile on PC.
Click to download and install BlueStacks on your PC.
Complete the Google sign-in to access the Play Store in BlueStacks.
Search for Apex Legends Mobile in the search bar.
Select and install Apex Legends Mobile via the search bar
Head to the Home menu and click on Apex Legends Mobile to play the game.
If you want to use an emulator to play the game, you should be aware of potential problems that you may face. Mobile emulation is not available officially at the moment. The game’s anti-cheat system can potentially flag some emulators and you may lose all account progression if you try to play the game on your PC.
However, Google is a native mobile emulator for PC that will allow players to play Apex Legends Mobile on PC without needing third-party emulators. Until the emulator is available on PC, you should be aware that playing Apex Legends Mobile on an emulator can lead to you losing your account’s progression. The dev team is yet to decide on which emulators will be supported officially but players have been able to play the game on popular emulators like Bluestacks and Gameloop.