Plants vs. Zombies
Next Installment in Blockbuster Franchise Coming to the Console Market, Delivering Seven Game Modes, 21 Mini-Games and Exclusive Multiplayer Action
PopCap Games, the worldwide leader in casual video games, today announced plans to release Plants vs. ZombiesTM for Xbox LIVE Arcade (XBLA) this fall. With an anticipated launch in early September, Plants vs. Zombies on XBLA will deliver more game content than any previous iteration of the franchise, boasting seven game modes, including two all-new multiplayer modes, 12 unique achievements and 21 mini-games. Upon its release, Plants vs. Zombies for XBLA will be available for 1200 Microsoft Points (US$15.00).
"With a ton of new features and content exclusive to the XBLA version, weve pulled out all the stops to both expand and optimize this adaptation for a hard core gaming audience," said Ed Allard, head of worldwide studios at PopCap. "The two new multiplayer modes allow gamers to work cooperatively to defeat hordes of invading zombies, or go head-to-head in a true ‘plants vs. zombies challenge. Were also featuring a customized ‘house for tracking and sharing progress as well as a total of 21 mini-games and 12 achievements, all designed to enthrall Plants vs. Zombies players once again."
Plants vs. Zombies for XBLA showcases many standout features, including:
* A total of seven game modes, including two new multiplayer modes: Co-Op and Vs. Mode
* 12 achievements and 21 mini-games - more than any other adaptation, and including the exclusive Heavy WeaponT-inspired mini-game
* A goofy new way to track and share progress online, where players create their own custom house and cruise down the street to see their friends cribs!
* The highest resolution of any Plants vs. Zombies adaptation to date at 1920 x 1080
* All 50 levels of the original Adventure mode along with Puzzle, Survival, and Zen Garden
Later this year, PopCap will also release a retail boxed edition of Plants vs. Zombies (including full versions of Zuma and Peggle as well) for the Xbox 360 as well as a new "Game of The Year" boxed edition of the PC/Mac original, a limited number of which will include a zombie figurine. Both are expected to arrive on retail shelves later this fall and carry a suggested retail price of US$19.99 each.