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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 09:15

EA titles for Mac are now on the way

Written by David Stellmack
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Apple retail stores should receive stock soon


It seems that EA has finally figured out what is going on with the new Mac titles. The latest news is that Need for Speed Carbon and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will arrive on store shelves today. Battlefield 2142 and Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars for the Mac platform will arrive August 28th.

Madden NFL '08 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour '08 for the Mac platform are expected to ship sometime around September or October. While this is an improvement over many Mac gaming title launches in the past, Mac owners are still feel a bit misled over the original estimated delivery date.

One additional word of caution: we suggest that Mac owners closely examine the suggested requirements for these titles, as there are a few caveats that might make the titles unable to run on your Intel Mac or be incompatible with your Intel Mac. The biggest issue is the graphics requirements, which will definitely leave those with Intel integrated graphics out in the cold.

Apple has launched a site to promote the release of the new titles on the Mac platform and you can view it by clicking on the link below.

Check out the new EA games for the Mac platform by clicking here.

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