The mobile games division of EA has announced over two billion downloads. According to Gamespot, this astronomical result was achieved in early December 2014.
"It's funny that if you count everything, it turns out that if you downloaded one game every second for 24 hours, it would take you 63 years to do this operation two billion times," - reads the EA announcement.
As a token of gratitude, the company will provide gifts to all its subscribers. Below is a list of applications in which players can receive bonuses:
Madden NFL Mobile (App Store, Google Play) - Booster Pack (Gold, Silver, Bronze)
FIFA 15 Ultimate Team (App Store, Google Play) - Gold Pack (December 8-17 only)
The Sims FreePlay (App Store, Google Play) - Thumping Stereo
Bejeweled Blitz (App Store, Google Play) - Ice Burrrst Rare Gem
Monopoly Slots (App Store, Google Play) - Coins (December 11-15 only)
Heroes of Dragon Age (App Store, Google Play) - 10,000 gold per day
Tetris Blitz (App Store, Google Play) - 10,000 coins
Note that the mobile game "Battlefield: Bad Company" is almost identical to the PC version, but with a slightly different storyline. And one of the most famous games, "Mass Effect: Infiltrator" features exceptional 3D graphics. The plot in it is based on the confrontation between the former agent of "Cerberus" and the "Cerberus" itself.
The Topic of Article: EA Mobile Games have been downloaded two billion times.