Albion Online kicks off its mobile testing on Apple devices

One of the big selling points for Albion Online right out of the gate was the promise of a game that could be played on pretty much any device in the same world. PC, Linux, mobile devices… same thing, across the board. That goal is getting closer to being a reality with the game’s new closed beta on iOS platforms. If you’ve got the game and either an iPad or an iPhone, you can jump in and start playing.

You’ll need to have at least a starter or founder pack to take part in the closed beta, but assuming you do you can log in and, well… play. It’ll have all of the same features and options as the desktop client, it’ll just be on a mobile device. There are some light system requirements in terms of recommendation, so be sure to double-check your device before logging in and reporting bugs. But, you know, do log in and report bugs.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Code of Conduct | Edit Your Profile | Commenting FAQ | Badge Reclamation | Badge Key

LEAVE A COMMENT

6 Comments on "Albion Online kicks off its mobile testing on Apple devices"

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most liked
Subscribe to:
Reader
Kiran Sha

Is there any way for you to get into a testing of some sort with apple device so you can get updates ahead of time, so you have more time to fix stuff that breaks?
to know more about the mobile testing you can visit apple tech support

Reader
Dug From The Earth

To get access to it, you have to know someone, who has a friend the plays, who pays for them to try the game. They then have to buy the game and sub, and then pay for you to have access to the mobile version.

:P

Reader
Melissa McDonald

So… not MacOS? Just iOS?

florida_boy
Reader
florida_boy

It already runs on MacOS

Reader
Loyal Patron
Armsbend

This one was always meant to be a mobile.

florida_boy
Reader
florida_boy

I’ve been testing it on an iPad pro 10.5″ for a few months now. The game looks and runs great on tablet but it’s better on PC. The use of tap/hold to move means your hand constantly blocks your view. Using the apple pencil is a nice middle ground, but it would be even better if they added some kind of virtual gamepad for movement