The gamers on Android know that when it comes to mobile games, a new game normally hits the iOS platform before making its way to Android, and the same can be said for the latest Asphalt game. Asphalt 7: Heat hit the iOS platform back around the 21st of last month, and still Android continues the wait for the game to hit Google Play.
According to the guys over at The Droid Guy, Asphalt 7: Heat for Android was supposed to become available for Android gamers as of the 25th of last month, however for some strange reason the wait for Asphalt 7: Heat continues for the Android faithful.
It’s now the 2nd of July and this game that has been available to the iOS gamer almost two weeks ago has still failed to materialise on Google Play, the reason for which we are not too sure, but will naturally keep our readers update as and when we know.
Asphalt 7: Heat for Android will no doubt deliver the same features of the iOS version including 60 racing cars such as DeLorean, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Ferrari, BMW, and enable the gamer to race those vehicles over 15 tracks set in real cities across the globe such as London, Paris, Hawaii, Rios and Miami.
The iOS version also offers three modes, which no doubt will also come over to Android, career mode, online mode, and quick race mode, with the career mode offering 15 leagues and 150 races.
But as stated earlier there is still no sign of Asphalt 7: Heat on Google Play, and no word on just when it is likely to surface. So we’d like to hear from our gaming Android readers, are you still patiently awaiting the arrive of Asphalt 7: Heat for Android, or are you now passed caring about this particular racing game on Android?