Popcap is taking Plants Vs. Zombies back to its roots with a new mobile strategy game, Plants. Vs. Zombies Heroes: The Lawn of a New Battle, only this time it’s turn-based and plays a lot like Hearthstone. Watch me play.
Remember the early days of online multiplayer shooters, when most players were too busy having fun to worry about things like stats or other players’ performance or who your mother may or may not have slept with? Garden Warfare 2 remembers.
I guess at some point I rated the EA Access service I subscribe to on my Xbox One. I know this, because my EA Access app just asked me to explain my 8 out of 10 rating.
The console beta for Popcap’s Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is live this weekend, giving players a tiny taste of the new maps and modes in next month’s shooter sequel. My favorite part so far? The free-roaming playground that’s replaced the first game’s menus.
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 will be out on February 23. Popcap’s sequel to its plant-and-zombie-based third-person shooter, which is coming to current-gen consoles and PC, will feature a total of 8 new classes, along with a single-player mode and multiple new multiplayer modes.
Plants Vs. Zombies has always been about innocent flora defending against ravenous undead. In Garden Warfare 2 the tables have finally turned—and we can finally play solo.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is getting a sequel. The hyper-colorful shooter is coming to Xbox One in spring of 2016. No word yet on whether or not it has a dog.
Here’s EA’s upcoming (announced) lineup for the next year or so. The news? Mirror’s Edge is slated for Q4 (January-March 2016), as is a new Plants vs. Zombies game. (Screengrab via EA’s presentation for Q4 2015.)
Oh, if only this was an actual LEGO set. Well, actually, it can be if enough people vote for it, thanks to LEGO's Ideas program. Which I'm guessing people will do, because even as a pitch it looks as good as you'd expect from the finished product.
Over the years I've defended countless flags from the enemy, but I can't recall defending a single grilled taco. This gross oversight is fixed tomorrow, when the free "Legends of the Lawn" update launches for Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.
EA's casual game turned online multiplayer shooter arrives on PlayStations today, making it the perfect day for Diamond Select Toys and Popcap to announce a line of Garden Warfare action figures, coming soon to a lawn near you.
Two new free Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare character variants drop today, courtesy of Aquafina FlavorSplash. How do you feel about free sponsored content?
Good news, PlayStation loyalists! The excellent Plants Vs. Zombies shooter is coming to Sony's PS3 and PS4 consoles on August 19th, developer PopCap announced today.
Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to PC June 24. The PC version of Popcap's online multiplayer shooter will feature all of the free updates already released for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions. There's a deluxe edition up for preorder on Origin containing extra in-game coins and bonus sticker packs.
Were I a much younger man with tons of free time and no family to worry about, the fact that soon players will be able to purchase coins in Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare might annoy me. But alas, I am absolutely thrilled.
As mobile gaming continues to loom ominously over the console wars, Apple and Google are beginning to adopt a tactic from their predecessors: fighting tooth and nail for platform exclusivity.
Hiding, watching, and immune, Slender Man lurks in the seemingly cheerful Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare. The second video below shows how to find him and also highlights the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Easter Eggs in the game:
You're really pretty, Titanfall, and you know I'll be coming back to you eventually. It's just I've got this date with a free new map and game mode for a game where I don't feel like a complete ass for getting a low kill count.