Crypto crashes into the Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event

Infamous hacker Crypto is crashing into the Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event to crack codes and skulls, and he’s all out of codes

Screenshot from Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event with the Apex stadium lit up like a music concert

It’s time for the iconic code-cracker Crypto to join the roster of Apex Legends Mobile battling badasses with the latest event, Hyperbeat, available from today. Of course, an update to Apex Mobile doesn’t mean just a new character, as there are also new additions to King’s Canyon, more ranked rewards and higher rankings to achieve, and all the quality of life fixes we’ve come to expect.

If all that doesn’t get you excited for the Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event, I don’t know what will. Better still, there’s no long wait attached to this new update, and if you’re reading this on or after August 23, then the update is live and you can add Crypto to your collection of legends. 

If you’re something of an Apex Legend yourself, it’s worth noting that the Crypto you know and love doesn’t function exactly like-for-like with their non-mobile counterpart. For a start, Crypto’s infamous drones are now automatically controlled, leaving you to concentrate on keeping yourself on the battlefield and taking down enemies.

Of course, one of the big draws of an in-game event is all the luxurious loot you can pick up to boost your coffers, and the Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event is no different. This time round you need to check out the VIP supply bins hidden across King’s Canyon if you want to pick up all the goodies on offer, including the special VIP pass. 

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With that, you’re up to date on the Apex Legends Mobile Hyperbeat event. To find out how Crypto ranks among the larger pantheon of legends, be sure to check out our Apex Legends tier list.