Outerplane APK File Download Link for Android (April 2023)

If you are looking for a direct download link to the Outerplane APK File, you’ve come to the right place! The latest game from Smilegate (the studio behind Lost Ark) has just been released, and it’s already gathered a huge fan base. However, given the game’s limited launch and other issues, it might be best to install it via APK. Read on to find out how.

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Outerplane APK File Download Link for Android

Download Outerplane APK File for Android Devices

As is always the rule with our APK articles, we must have a small disclaimer before proceeding. Namely, we strongly advise installing games, apps, and updates only via the official Google Play Store. That’s the fastest, safest and easiest method of installing Android apps. Usage of APK files is only recommended when you have some issues. For example, if Google Play Store is not available on your device, or if the update hasn’t yet launched in your region. Furthermore, keep in mind that the game has only launched in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Hence, if you are not in these countries, you’ll need to use a VPN. That said, here’s the download link:

How to Install Outerplane

Before installing, ensure you have enough free space on your device. You should allocate at least 4GB of storage space: two gigabytes to download the file and another two for the installation. Furthermore, ensure you are connected to a sound and fast wifi network, or you might lose your mobile data. With that said, here’s how to install Outerplane:

  • Head to your device’s “Settings” menu.
  • Open to the “Safety and Privacy” section.
  • Check “Install apps from Unknown Sources”.
  • Find your “Download” folder and search for the APK file there.
  • Tap on the “Install” button to install Outerplane.
  • Start Outerplane on your device.
  • Use your account credentials to log in.
  • Let the app install any other additional files
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