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Electronic Arts has decided that it is time to release another football game and today is the day that Madden 25 has been released onto the Google Play store. In celebration of the release of this game, EA has also put Madden Cash on sale as well with a 25% off of the regular price that you would pay for Madden Cash.
Released back in August 2011 by EA, Madden NFL 2012 is the newest addition to EA’s Madden line of football games. Surprisingly this was released to all devices at first, something EA doesn’t tend to do often. Now in a recent update though they have added support for the Xperia Play controls along with some other little tweaks.
EA has confirmed that the new addition to the Madden series of football games will be coming to multiple platforms including Android at some point next month. They also announced that Need for Speed: Shift 2 would be coming as well but only for iOS for now unfortunately.
In our last post regarding the Madden 2011 game by EA Mobile, we mentioned it was coming in an update to the Droid X. The version within the update is, indeed, a demo version which we figured it would be. Upgrading to the full version will set you back $9.99 which really isn’t bad considering the quality of the game.
Verizon will be pushing out a new update to Droid X owners in the very near future, version 2.3.340. Included in this update, according to the documents, is EA Mobile’s Madden 2011 game which was supposed to be available by now to Android gamers. Considering this, it looks like the reason it hasn’t bee released is due to Verizon nabbing an exclusive on it.
This isn’t entirely new news nor is it anything groundbreaking since EA has been involved with deploying some of their games onto the Android platform so not a huge need to post about it right away. In case you haven’t read this already on one of the many other Android sites reporting on this bit of info, it seems EA is ready to make a strong solid commitment to Android.