Plants vs Zombies: Battle For Neighborville Trailer Leaks

Last month, we learned that a follow-up title to Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 was seemingly in development, but we didn’t have much other information to go off of. Now, it seems as though the next game in the series has now leaked ahead of its official announcement.

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is apparently the name of the next game in the series and its first trailer has now leaked. The video for Battle for Neighborville is as silly as this franchise has always been and shows off a variety of new plants and zombies that look like will be included this time around. We do get to see some very brief gameplay footage near the end of the trailer that shows off what some of the new playable characters will play like.

Keep in mind that what is seen here in this trailer might not be final just yet. There are some sections of the video that are definitely not complete at this time and will surely be changed in the future. As such, don’t take everything that you see here at face value just yet.

You can check out the leaked trailer down below if you’d like to get a look at it for yourself. While we still don’t have a release date or confirmed platforms for Battle for Neighborville, we’ll likely hear more directly from EA soon enough.

Oh, and as a final note, the video below could get taken down by EA at nearly any time. So if it goes away, that’s surely what has happened.

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Plants vs Zombies Is Officially 10 Years Old Today

Plants vs Zombies is a tower of defense strategy game that released ten years ago today. The game originally was developed and published by PopCap Games for OS X and Microsoft. PVZ about homeowners trying to prevent themselves from being eaten by zombies, by using a variety of plants to get the job done. With each level, the pace quickens, making things more challenging to defend yourself against the zombie hordes.

As a bit of history, PvZ first released on May 5, 2009, on Steam, then iOS in February 2010, and soon to follow was an Xbox Live Arcade version that released on September 10, 2010. PopCap later released a Nintendo DS version in February 2011, and a PS3 version with a co-op and versus mode also in February 2011.

Back in July 2011, Electronic Arts, also known as EA, picked up PopCap games, acquiring favorite games, Plants vs. Zombies, Zuma, and Bejeweled. Fan’s of Plants vs Zombies weren’t exactly excited about this considering EA’s reputation and with the release of Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time, the reviews were less than stellar.

It wasn’t so much of the gameplay of Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time that turned fans away, but it was the microtransactions that turned players off. And thankfully, the series has managed to continue in a fairly successful third-person shooting title.

Although the game wasn’t received as well as EA hoped, Plants vs. Zombies is arguably one of the best towers of defense games produced. As a player of PvZ, I couldn’t agree more, and I’ll admit to the countless hours I’ve spent and enjoyed taking down endless zombie hordes. Happy Birthday Plants vs. Zombies!

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