Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville may possibly not officially launch worldwide till October 18, 2019, but for the preceding six weeks, players can jump into what PopCap and EA are calling the Founder’s Edition of the game. Rolling out gradually top up to the large launch, Founders can get the game for $29.99 (a discount off the launch value of $39.99) and begin playing suitable away. Week 2’s content material drop just came and it is a fairly large update for the game.
If you enjoyed Week 1’s PvE patrol region for Plants, the Town Center, the Zombies are finding access to 1 of theirs this week. Referred to as the Weirding Woods, this region will have PvE missions for the living dead to take on, much more Golden Gnomes to uncover, and will probably hide a lot of secrets. Group Vanquish is also getting added as a PvP mode, essentially Neighborville’s version of Group Deathmatch. It adds to (does not replace) Turf Takeover that launched through Week 1.
Founders will also be rewarded with an exclusive Ultimate Champ Star cosmetic set for the All-Star Zombie. That costume is only readily available through Week two of the Founder’s Edition although, so make confident you grab the package from Rux in-game ahead of Week three gets underway. The Founder’s Edition is also only readily available till September 30 at 9 am Pacific. You will want to obtain it ahead of then if you want to join in ahead of the worldwide launch on October 18.
Here’s every thing that is readily available with the Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Founder’s Edition Week two update:
Bodacious Physique-slamming Rewards
Founding Neighbors who log in by subsequent Monday, September 16 will get the wrathful wrestling Ultimate Champ Star costume for All-Star Zombie. To choose up your reward, log in and head more than to Rux’s Emporium.
Vanquish All the Factors
Group Vanquish is right here! In this week’s multiplayer mode, you will go all out against your enemies – each plant or zombie vanquished by your group counts as a point, when every single revive subtracts a point from the opposing group. Prepared to blast these bloomers and doomers? Get it going in these maps:
- Rocky Flats: Since the zombies busted the pipeline that carries melted cheese into town, Neighborville people hiding in their residences have had to experiment with distinctive orange toppings for their nachos. Autumnal leaves. Shredded visitors cones. Pencil shavings. It’s… not wonderful.
- Colossal Fossil: Some of the world’s biggest dinosaurs have been found in Neighborhoodvillian mines – the Enormosauraus, the Voluminousiraptor, the Tremenduceratops. Even the legendarily massive B-Rex (the “B” stands for “big”)!
- Z-Tech Factory: Where do zombies get all these excellent visitors cones, buckets, screen doors, and tackle dummies? Why, the Z-Tech Factory of course! It is the only factory whose “Days Considering that Final Workplaces Accident” counter goes into damaging numbers!
- Ruiny Ruins: What did the gnomes use this ancient temple for? Is it a time-power nexus? A forge for their strong hammers? A way to get rid of hundreds of stones with the identical face carved into them that they accidentally ordered on line? No one knows!
- Stress Pier: The town lighthouse applied to just be a guy named “Old Slappy” who would stand on the beach with a flashlight through common small business hours. Then 1 day Old Slappy just had to go to that flashlight convention and BOOM – shipwreck. Now, there’s a lighthouse.
- Daisy Drive: Learning to ride a bike, playing street hockey with your pals, watching a Sunflower lay down the hurt on an Imp from your home that is been raised off the ground by giant mechanical Z-Tech thingamabobs – just a common day in the life of a Neighborville kid.
Hold Neighborville Weird
This week, you will also discover Weirding Woods for a zombie-primarily based operation. Your fellow zombies are trapped in the old Z-Tech Factory by invasive plant, Dreadwood. No 1 has heard from them in a incredibly lengthy time (although, a lingering aroma has been sensed much more lately). It is time to head to the factory to see if they’re okay in there! You can access Weirding Woods from Zomboss HQ, and when you are there, verify out quests to comprehensive, enemies to fight, and products to uncover – such as Golden Gnomes!
We’ve been playing a lot of Battle for Neighborville and will be bringing our impressions of the game in the coming weeks as extra content material and modes are added to the Founder’s Edition. Rapid preview although? If you liked the Garden Warfare games and want to see what Destiny’s influence could have on them, that is a fairly very good thought of what Neighborville is all about.