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EA didn't surprise us with yesterday's Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville announcement but the release date definitely did take us by surprise. PvZ: Battle for Neighborville is out right now in early access form, with a full launch planned for October 18th. It's more of the same manic multiplayer third-person shooter action, this time with a whole lot more of everything. If you want to risk giving it a shot right now, here are the PvZ: Battle for Neighborville PC system specs.
One of the worst-kept secrets, Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville has been officially announced. Battle for Neighborville is the latest outing in the multiplayer third-person shooter series, this time with massively expanded social hubs, three large free roam areas to explore, six new playable characters, and all sorts of other gubbins.
We’re not entirely sure who’s been crying out for it but it looks as if Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is back for round three. There have been rumours circulating for well over a year now that Electronic Arts is planning to do something with the multiplayer third-person shooter series once again, but now the catnip is out of the bag.
EA’s been busy delivering a typically dry analysis of its financial results for the previous fiscal quarter, as well as outlining their plans for the year ahead. And, right on cue, those plans include an all-new Need For Speed title as well as the return of Plants vs Zombies.
EA appears to have let slip the existence of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 3 via an Amazon listing.
It's flying very low under the radar right now, but Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is sprouting in a week's time. The last one was an under-appreciated gem, and was a great third-person shooter take on the eternal battle between walking foliage and the undead.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 has had its released date moved forward to February 23rd 2016, filling the the gap recently vacated by Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. DICE’s parkour romp was delayed to give it a little bit more fine tuning, opening the door for PvZ: Garden Warfare 2.
Xbox gamers have been busy hogging Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare over the last few months, but it's finally the humble PC's turn to get on the receiving end of some botanical mayhem. The online-only third-person shooter pits two teams of 12 against each other in frantic battles across huge battlegrounds. Using the same Frostbite 3 engine that powered Battlefield 4, you can lay waste to your surroundings as you make your opponents eat dirt.
It shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone, but after Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare producer Brian Lindley promised that it wouldn’t feature micro-transactions at launch, his choice of wording all but guaranteed they would be following soon after.
A nifty new video for PopCap’s upcoming third-person shooter spinoff, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, gives an insight into how the game’s Driftwood Shores map plays out in the Gardens and Graveyards mode.
Pricing and gameplay details have emerged about EA Canada’s multiplayer spin-off of tower-defense classic Planets vs Zombies.