“In June, Electronic Arts co-founder and chief creative officer Bing Gordon took the stage with Apple CEO Steve Jobs during the Worldwide Developers conference (WWDC), announcing that the game maker was moving staff members over to the Mac platform to once again release gaming titles for Mac OS X,” MacNN reports.
“Gordon promised that the first titles to ship for Macs would include Command & Conquer 3, Battlefield 2142, Need for Speed Carbon, and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and that those titles would ship in July. It’s now more than a week into August, and none of the promised titles have arrived, nor has Electronic Arts made any announcements on the subject,” MacNN reports.
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MacDailyNews Take: EA currently remains mum on the situation. Our attempts to find out fro EA have gone unanswered just like MacNN’s. So, what’s the deal?
Apple’s Website has feature on EA Games returning to the Mac in which all of the games are listed as “coming soon.”
More info from Apple on games for the Mac and iPod can be found here.