Apex Legends is my personal favourite battle royale. I know, I know, it's not on mobile quite yet, but all signs point to the game being ported in the near future for the Chinese market, and with any luck, it'll go international and we'll be playing it soon.

Apex Legends is fast, frantic, plays great, well balanced, features smart map design and engaging gunplay, and a mobile version is most certainly welcome in my life. But they need to get it right. Translating Apex Legends' high pace action to a mobile device will be difficult, and to make it play the way fans want, we will need a few creature comforts.

So here is a fresh list of five things we're looking for from Apex Legends Mobile, and if EA and Respawn manage to tick all of these boxes, then I can see Apex Legends taking up even more of my time when I'm away from home.

Just as a side-note Respawn, I would also really appreciate a Nintendo Switch port, thank you.

Staying connected

I've already put more hours into Apex Legends than I'd like to admit, and racked levels upon levels for all three of the battle passes thus far, and I'm sure there are many people who have done the exact same. So don't make us start from the beginning.

Many games already do this well, such as Fortnite and Overwatch's recent Nintendo Switch port. But while we're here, let's go a step further and add the option of crossplay.

It would be great to be able to join in with players on multiple systems, and if there's controller parity, then it could be a truly great experience. As mentioned, Fortnite already does this incredibly well, and if Apex Legends wants to keep up this is a necessity.