Apex Legends is currently going gangbusters on PC and console, with many of the the top Twitch and YouTube streamers taking it to heart.

There are a number of reasons for this hype, including a stealthy-smart PR campaign (it was announced and released at the same time) and the fact it's free to play. Oh, and also the fact that it's really good. I almost forgot about that.

Apex Legends is a fresh crack at the Battle Royale genre made popular by Fortnite and PUBG, but it adds a bunch of genuinely smart stuff to the equation.

This includes a smart contextual ping system that means you can play effectively in random squads without voice chat, as well as a rejigged revive system and the addition of Overwatch-like classes.

There's no mobile version. If you don't own a PS4, Xbox One, or decent gaming PC, though, try playing these five mobile Apex Legends alternatives.