With the rapid development of technology, the development of mobile games is one thing that is anticipated. Maybe you generation of the 90s still remember when the mobile game there is only Snake or Fruit Ninja as a pastime filler. Now? You can play MOBA, FPS, and even Battle Royale on mobile, which also develops into esports. In 2020, of course technology will become more advanced, and Android games will also be more interesting. What Android games will be available in 2020?

  1. Apex Legends Mobile

This game has actually been a rumor for some time among gamers. Many rumors say that Apex Legends will be published for mobile so it can be played by anyone. Starting with rumors, the developer Electronic Arts finally confirmed the presence of the Apex Legends android game.

However, there is no further information related to the release date or form of the game that will be released later. Some say, this will be the direct port version. This means that Apex Legends android games will not be like PUBG Mobile, which is like gamestandalone on mobile. If it is true that the Apex Legends android game is direct-port, then it will more or less look like Fortnite Mobile, where players can cross-play with players on a PC or console.

  1. Diablo Immortal

At the opening of BlizzCon 2018, Activision Blizzard announced its newest game which will be released on mobile. The game is Diablo Immortal. Suddenly, this announcement made the fans rampage. No, the reason is not because Diablo Immortal was announced, but from Blizzard announcing it which immediately ruined the expectations of fans who have come passionately to BlizzCon.

But, that does not mean this android game is not worth waiting for in 2020. One reason is because it’s as simple as this game looks very promising with good graphics and action-packed gameplay. Quoting from Gamespot, the Diablo Immortal alpha test is planned to be present in 2020. Compiled with NetEase from China, Diablo Immortal still has no official release date yet.

  1. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered

As one of Square Enix’s most successful franchisegames, it’s no wonder that the Final Fantasy game series continues to come with new stories. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle itself is actually a game that was released in 2003 and has a RPG co-op genre. After 15 years have passed, Square Enix finally announced it would make a remake of the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle, and will release it late last 2019.

However, due to various technical obstacles, the release of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles continued to be delayed. Had been postponed so January 23, 2020, now finally the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle is rumored to be released in the summer, or the third quarter of 2020 later. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is a cross-platform game that can be played on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android.

  1. Path of Exile Mobile

This game made by Grinding Gear Games succeeded in providing a play experience like Diablo, but with its own characteristics in the form of a fast-paced fight. First released on PC in 2013, this game itself has grown until finally also released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Now, the next development is the mobile version. The issue of Path of Exile Mobile first appeared in November 2019, in an event titled ExileCon. However, Chris Wilson CEO of Grinding Gears said that this title is an “experimental” game title. He tends to be careful and does not want to make a wrong move like Blizzard. So the full release date of this game is still a question mark, because its development can continue to stop, depending on comments from fans.

  1. Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad

First announced at E3 2019, Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is a game with the Real-Time Strategy genre. This game by Ubisoft still continues the Tom Clancy series, which raises the character of police agents from various parts of the world with special abilities from each of them. So in this game, you can see characters from Rainbow Six: Siege, like Caveira, Montagne, or even the legendary character Sam Fisher from the Splinter Cell series.

Looking at the trailer announcement, this game is likely to involve a hero collection, which allows you to gather characters from various Tom Clancy series and make the best troops to defeat terror in the world. However, the release date for this game is still tentative, although it is certain to be released on Android first.

  1. Teamfight Tactics Mobile

Since 2009 Riot Games initially only focused on developing League of Legends. Until finally they stepped on their tenth birthday and decided to develop various other games apart from League of Legends. Through a special streaming broadcast called Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends. They announced their plans for the future, including releasing an Auto Battler League of Legends iteration called Teamfight Tactics to the mobile platform.

Quoting from Dexerto TFT Mobile is rumored to be released for most countries in the world in mid-March. Later this game will be played cross-platform between PC and mobile. For now, you can pre-register on the TFT Mobile Play Store page below.

  1. League of Legends: Wild Rift

Last and most eagerly awaited is the League of Legends Wild Rift. After MOBA battles on mobile that have not stopped since from 2018, finally the “MOBA boss” intervened. It was equally announced when Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends, Wild Rift immediately got a lot of attention for showing a very promising trailer.

However, his presence also raised a question mark. Will this game be as successful as League of Legends? Regarding the release date, Riot Games cannot confirm anything. They only say that Wild Rift will be released at the end of 2020. For the time being, you can pre-register first on the official Wild Rift page.

Although there are many interesting android games that will be released in 2020, unfortunately most of the release date is still uncertain. We players of mobile games seem to have to be extra patient waiting for those games to be released, especially League of Legends: Wild Rift.

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