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No more waiting, Need for Speed: Most Wanted is finally here. Not only does the game arrive to the home consoles and iOS today, but the Android version has hit Google Play as well.
Back in June Android Authority reported that Need for Speed: Most Wanted would likely hit Android the same day as all other versions of the game. EA Games has now confirmed that the Android version will in fact launch on Oct. 30th, alongside the console version.
Having seen the trailer that Electronic Arts released for Need for Speed: Most Wanted back in June – we understand if you’re rather pumped up for the game’s impending arrival, as it has been hinted to come to Google Play and other platforms on October 30 – though the date may still change. Since the release date is still potentially weeks away, what could be better – apart from winning the lottery – than to watch the latest trailer for NFS: Most Wanted.
EA’s Need for Speed is, by far, the most popular PC racing video game franchise of the past decade or so. But the Android versions of the series have either been released a bit too late or they simply haven’t been as good as the big screen titles. That might well change with the latest NFS installment, Most Wanted (2012 version), which has just been confirmed as hitting every gaming platform possible, including Android, at the same time. The launch will happen on October 30 and will see the fresh new racing game made available on Android, as well as…