EA bringing 13 new games to Google Nexus devices

EA bringing 13 new games to Google Nexus devices

Alongside the announcement of Google's new Nexus 10 tablet and its Nexus 4 smartphone, EA has revealed plans to release several new games compatible with the Nexus line (including the Nexus 7). 13 games are planned, though EA has only announced Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Sims FreePlay, World Series of Poker and Theme Park and Tetris Free so far. The new games should be available in time for the Nexus 10 and Nexus 4 launches on November 13.

Obviously, it's nice to know there will be some more entertainment options for new Nexus owners. Not that they'll need it once they have immediate, portable access to all the funny cat videos they could ever want.

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EA To Bring Need For Speed: Most Wanted and 12 Other Games to Google's New Nexus Devices

With yesterday's unveiling of new Nexus devices, Google's hardware line for Android, EA is proud to announce that it will offer 13 games for the new Nexus lineup including Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 when they ship November 13th. Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Sims FreePlay, Theme Park, Tetris Free and World Series of Poker are among the popular EA titles users will be able to enjoy for their new Nexus devices.

"We love the choice that Google's new Nexus line-up gives our fans-it aligns with EA's vision to make the best entertainment available on any device no matter where people want to play," said Nick Earl, SVP and General Manager of EA's all-digital All Play Label. "EA is especially thrilled to take advantage of the speed and graphics of Nexus 10 with new games like Need For Speed: Most Wanted."

In addition to bringing titles to the new Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices, EA also has more than 20 titles currently available for Nexus 7 including Mass Effect: Infiltrator, Game of Life and PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies.