What you need to know
- EA says that a new Plants vs. Zombies game is on the way.
- Today, alleged screenshots from the game were posted online.
- There are new plants and zombies in the new game.
- We should hopefully know more about it at Gamescom 2019.
Updated August 10, 2019: According to a European trademark, EA just acquired the name of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville.
A few months ago, EA announced that a new Plants vs. Zombies game was on the way. While everyone expected it to be Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 3, we didn't know for sure. However, it seems like a few screenshots leaked online and were posted on Reddit and Twitter.
In the three images, we can see a couple of new plants and zombies. Acorn, Night Cap, and Snapdragon the new plants, while the old-school Action Hero, Electric Slide, and Space Cadet are the new zombies. The designs are quite unique because the Snapdragon actually looks like a green dragon.
The map also looks like it's much bigger this time around. There are also a lot of activities to take part in aside from fighting it seems. Hopefully, at Gamescom 2019, the game will be officially revealed and given a release date. Until then, be sure to check out the screenshots to see if you can learn something else.
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