Plants vs. Zombies shooter announced for Xbox One, 360

A Frostbite-powered Garden Warfare.

PopCap Games is readying Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, a new Frostbite-powered entry in the hit strategy series, for Xbox One and Xbox 360, Electronic Arts announced during its E3 press conference.

It is a third-person shooter where plants and zombies become battle-ready troops. You’ll be able to play together in co-op mode, or choose a side in “Gardens and Graveyards” multiplayer.

Game features include:

  • Powerful character classes for both plants and zombies
  • Choose your side, plants or zombies, in 24-player online battles
  • Join forces with friends in online 4-player cooperative mode
  • Personalize your favorite plants and zombies with hundreds of unique items and customizations
  • Over 10 unique multiplayer and cooperative battlegrounds

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will launch in spring 2014.

Watch the debut trailer and dev diary below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

Trailer

Developer Diary

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