Just what is EA’s biggest mobile launch to date? That would happen to be Plants vs Zombies 2, which so happened to hit the Android platform not too long ago. Well, second place is the first loser, but this does not mean other titles would not mind being in such a position. Case in point, EA’s FIFA 14 is proud to have achieved the 26 million combined downloads mark ever since it was launched last month as a free-to-play title. In fact, FIFA 14 actually managed to stay at the number one position in the iOS Free Games segment across 148 different countries, all the while picking up a Top 10 place in the Top Grossing Games chart in 115 countries.
Apart from that, we are pleased to take note that Windows Phone 8 users need not feel left out from the action, as EA did announce that the title itself will eventually be headed for such a platform in due time. It goes without saying that when you introduce a free-to-play mobile version for the world’s most popular game, it would be a success, but I am quite sure that the 26 million mark is something that was not quite expected in the first place , which is a good thing.
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