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As part of a Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Founder’s Edition, priced at $39.95 AUD, giving Early Access to the game ahead of the full launch on October 18. As the biggest title in the PvE and multiplayer series to date, the plan is to release and unlock new sections and features of Neighborville in the lead-up to launch.

If you're a Plants vs. Zombies fan be sure to check out the following gameplay deep dive - which covers a lot of the new stuff.


At the core of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is the game’s emphasis on thrilling multiplayer gameplay. Players can battle it out with 20 fully customisable character classes, including returning favorites like Peashooter and Chomper, along with some fresh new faces such as Night Cap, a master of the shadows, and the funky disco queen Electric Slide. The character roster also includes a Team Play class for each faction, Oak and Acorn, and Space Cadet. Additionally, players can join forces and kick some grass in split screen couch co-op and online co-op across every mode, whether it is battling
through flourishing free-roam regions or jumping into battle in six different multiplayer modes. The fun doesn't stop there as players can then partake in Festivals after the game’s October launch to unlock new seasonal rewards.

With free-roam areas and social hub zones this looks pretty impressive, as does the inclusion of split-screen for local co-op action. For more on the release and the planned Founder's Edition roll-out - head here. Available now for PC (via Origin), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.



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