Battlefield Mobile, the upcoming Battlefield game for mobile devices, is now in beta. Players with an Android device can now jump in if they live in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, or Singapore. This is an Android-only test for now, with support for iOS devices to come later.
Battlefield Mobile was previously available in limited regions in an alpha test, but this is the first beta test, which means the game is further along into development. The new beta test includes updates and improvements from the alpha in the area of gyro movement and graphics.
Welcome to the Battlefield Mobile Open Beta.
During this early play period, you’ll have access to the full classic Battlefield experience. You can:
- Fight for control of the AO in Conquest,
- Advance your front line in Warpath,
- Sabotage and defend MCOM stations in Rush,
- Battle to the last soldier standing in Team Deathmatch,
- And test your mettle in a variety of special modes, some yet to come.
Like Battlefields of the past, you’ll have your pick of four classes: Assault, Engineer, Support, and Recon, each suited to a certain role.
And as you rank up your player profile, you’ll unlock unique abilities, gadgets, items, and specializations that will further focus those classes.
Before you leap into battle, make sure to check the Event Hub and Command Center daily. The assignments and challenges refresh frequently and will reward you with points you can use to unlock gameplay improvements and acquire exciting cosmetic items from the Store.
This is an Open Beta: you are free to capture video and screenshots throughout the game and share them online wherever and whenever you like.
We welcome your feedback and opinions on social media. Know that we are looking out for your great ideas and valuable critiques.
Most of all, we hope that you’ll have fun, make friends, and win glory in the AO. Thanks for joining us!
– The dev team at Industrial Toys
Frequently Asked Questions
When will Battlefield Mobile become available in my region?
As we work towards world-wide launch, we’ll be steadily rolling out a series of Battlefield Mobile betas starting in the following territories:
- The Philippines
The Battlefield Mobile beta is planned to go live in these territories on November 8, 2022. This beta will only be available on Android devices. As we continue with testing, we’ll expand the size of these tests and add new regions.
For now, stay tuned for updates on this site.
How do I get into the tests?
Once pre-registration has become available in your region, you can register on the Google Play Store page. When the test is live for your region, that will also be where you can download it.
Will Battlefield Mobile be free-to-play?
Battlefield Mobile is free-to-download* and will feature its own Battle Passes, collectible cosmetics, and unlockables unique to this mobile game. Any items available for purchase are cosmetic only and do not impact or affect gameplay or player performance.
*Persistent internet connection required. Age restrictions apply. Includes in-game purchases.
What are the minimum specs for Battlefield Mobile?
Battlefield Mobile is currently still in development and being optimized to run on a variety of devices. To be able to play the Battlefield Mobile Open Beta, your Android device will need to meet the following requirements:
- Android 8.0 or later
- Snapdragon 835 or better
- Exynos 9 (8895) or better
- At least 3 GB RAM
- At least 2 GB of storage space
- Must be a 64-bit system
Will Battlefield Mobile feature cross-play or cross-progression with other versions of the game?
Because Battlefield Mobile is being built specially for mobile, it won’t feature cross-play or cross progression with any console or PC versions of Battlefield.
What content will be included in Battlefield Mobile?
The game is still in development and the team is working to ensure Battlefield Mobile truly feels like Battlefield at its core. The Battlefield Mobile Open Beta will include staple modes such as Conquest and Rush. Fans can also see Battlefield Mobile’s versions of beloved maps like Battlefield 3’s Noshahr Canals and Grand Bazaar and can expect to commandeer vehicles such as tanks. If you’re new to the series, fear not, the Open Beta will feature a tutorial to help you learn the basics of the battlefield.
More content will be added to the Open Beta as we move towards World Wide Launch.