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Plants vs. Zombies News from Neighborville: Week Two

Discover what’s new in Week Two of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Founder’s Edition.

Welcome to Week Two of News from Neighborville! We’re here to tell you all about the fresh content dropping today in the Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville™ Founder’s Edition. Still catching up on last week’s content? You can read all about it here. And, if you haven’t purchased the Founder’s Edition yet – never fear! This early edition of the game is still available until September 30 at 9:00 a.m. PDT. Read all about the Founder’s Edition and its unbeleafable perks here.

Bodacious Body-slamming Rewards

Founding Neighbors who log in by next Monday, September 16 will receive the wrathful wrestling Ultimate Champ Star costume for All-Star Zombie. To pick up your reward, log in and head over to Rux’s Emporium.

Vanquish All the Things

Team Vanquish is here! In this week’s multiplayer mode, you’ll go all out against your enemies – every plant or zombie vanquished by your team counts as a point, while each revive subtracts a point from the opposing team. Ready to blast those bloomers and doomers? Get it going in these maps:

  • Rocky Flats: Since the zombies busted the pipeline that carries melted cheese into town, Neighborville folks hiding in their homes have had to experiment with different orange toppings for their nachos. Autumnal leaves. Shredded traffic cones. Pencil shavings. It’s. . . not great.
  • Colossal Fossil: Some of the world’s largest dinosaurs were discovered in Neighborhoodvillian mines – the Enormosauraus, the Voluminousiraptor, the Tremenduceratops. Even the legendarily large B-Rex (the “B” stands for “big”)!
  • Z-Tech Factory: Where do zombies get all those wonderful traffic cones, buckets, screen doors, and tackle dummies? Why, the Z-Tech Factory of course! It’s the only factory whose “Days Since Last Workplaces Accident” counter goes into negative numbers!
  • Ruiny Ruins: What did the gnomes use this ancient temple for? Is it a time-energy nexus? A forge for their powerful hammers? A way to get rid of hundreds of stones with the same face carved into them that they accidentally ordered online? Nobody knows!
  • Pressure Pier: The town lighthouse used to just be a guy named “Old Slappy” who would stand on the beach with a flashlight during regular business hours. Then one 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 friends, watching a Sunflower lay down the hurt on an Imp from your house that’s been raised off the ground by giant mechanical Z-Tech thingamabobs – just a typical day in the life of a Neighborville kid.

Keep Neighborville Weird

This week, you’ll also explore Weirding Woods for a zombie-based operation. Your fellow zombies are trapped in the old Z-Tech Factory by invasive plant, Dreadwood. No one has heard from them in a very long time (though, a lingering aroma has been sensed more recently). It’s time to head to the factory to see if they’re okay in there! You can access Weirding Woods from Zomboss HQ, and while you’re there, check out quests to complete, enemies to fight, and items to discover – including Golden Gnomes!

That’s the news for this week, Neighbors! Are you enjoying the game so far? Make sure you tune into Twitch for our Live from Neighborville stream on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. PDT to provide your feedback, chat with our development team, and get a more in-depth view of the content we’ve released so far. We’ll also be back next Tuesday for another News from Neighborville post, so stay tuned and thanks for playing!

Haven’t purchased the Founder’s Edition yet? Get this early edition now before your opportunity ends on September 30 at 9:00 a.m. PDT.


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