PopCap Games introduced Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare exclusively first on Xbox One, however the game will be also coming to the PC (kudos to our reader Gianluca Manocchio for spotting it). Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is a new game originated from the famed PvZ franchise that faithfully pays homage to the action genre while retaining the signature quirky humor, depth and accessibility fans expect from a PvZ game. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare will launch in spring 2014.
Brian Lindley, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Producer at PopCap said:
“The Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare team has worked tirelessly to bring fans a totally engaging action game. We have worked hard to combine the best of Plants vs. Zombies and action gameplay to create a whole new experience.”
Powered by the advanced Frostbite 3 engine, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare promises to deliver an explosive new action experience in a massive, three-dimensional world, blooming with color and combat. Featuring 4-player co-op, 24-player competitive modes and more, players will blast zombies, plants and new characters across a richly animated, mine-blowing PvZ landscape.
Jon David, Plants vs. Zombies Executive Producer at PopCap added:
“Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare takes the PvZ experience to amazing new gameplay territory while retaining the core characteristics beloved by legions of fans. This is a massive year for PvZ with the recent release of Plants vs. Zombies Adventures, the mid-July arrival of Plants vs. Zombies 2 and now with Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare for next-generation platforms and PC.”
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