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A few years ago, developer and distributor Electronic Arts made it clear that they had reasons not to port their games to Nintendo Switch. However, the success of the portable platform changed the company’s landscape a bit when it came to this console, as it later revealed that it would offer support with multiple titles. Well, if you’re a fan of Plants vs. Zombies, we have great news for you, as the franchise’s shooter series is finally coming to a Nintendo console.
In an Electronic Arts financial report from the middle of last year, the company mentioned that it would bring 7 of its titles to Nintendo Switch over the next 12 months. Electronic Arts had officially revealed 4, but the other 3 were in the mystery, which didn’t last long, as VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb unofficially posted.
Well, if you’re something that some informants don’t believe, this will be a note that gives you reason to, at least in Grubb. The reporter has already revealed some information about Electronic Arts plans (like Mass Effect: Legendary Edition) and everything seems to indicate that the list of games the company is reportedly supporting the Nintendo Switch with is also true.
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Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is on its way to Nintendo Switch
We say this because on the night of Saturday January 16, a record appeared on the GameFly page indicating that Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville – Complete Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch and not only that, but it also indicates that its release date will be March 19th.
As you can see, something interesting is that the title reveals that this would be the Complete Edition. In case you didn’t know, we would like to inform you that this third installment in Plants vs. Shooting Zombies is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and there is no Complete Edition on either platform, so it will be interesting to see what it includes. This may be post-launch content that has reached console and PC versions and is no longer updated.
In case you missed it: Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville has constantly received new content, but has already stopped updating on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
As on other similar occasions, we urge you to take this as unofficial information, as so far neither PopCap Games nor Electronic Arts have confirmed the Nintendo Switch version. However, we would like to inform you that GameFly is a video game rental service that has leaked games like this on several occasions and they end up being confirmed shortly thereafter. In addition, it is important to note that at the time of writing this note, the page is still available.
That said, it would suffice to officially confirm the arrival of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and the reveal of the game Velan Studios and its arrival on Nintendo Switch so that the 7 games that Electronic Arts has promised to bring to Nintendo Switch are already confirmed and the Grubb leak is filled.
How do you receive this news? Will you give Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighbourville a chance if it’s Nintendo Switch? Do you think that on this platform, you will sell more than on the other systems? Tell us in the comments.
In case you don’t know, we would like to inform you that Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is a title that debuted in late 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. As in the titles of the Garden Warfare sub-series, the main mechanics of the franchise shift from tower defense to shooter, since the title allows you to control a character from the side of plants or zombies that you can control freely on the map and To kill him. opposing team.
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