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EA Looks to Bring Their Advance Graphics Engine to Mac OS X

Electronic Arts looks to be putting a little more focus on Mac computers because a new job listing has appeared online, looking for experienced developers porting Windows applications to Apple’s OS X.

If you head over to DICE’s classified section on their website, you notice that they are also looking for talented developers to join their team and bring their homegrown gaming engine to OS X. So it’s blatantly obvious that EA is thinking game’s like Battlefield 3 would be a successful title on Apple’s OS X App store.

I don’t find this a surprise considering they already have developed some of their older Battlefield titles on the App store. Also, late last year, Apple launched their new line of iMacs, though are expensive, but they are also loaded with power and wouldn’t have any problem playing a graphic intensive game like Battlefield 3 and Need for Speed: The Run.

Obviously, EA is seeing a market and is about to invest in it, if they haven’t already started.

(via Polygon)

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