Children use pea shooters, adults use pea shooters, it seems like everyone loves pea shooters. Why? Zombies do not like them. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is getting a new free update, launching tomorrow, called Suburbination. Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC gardeners will get the opportunity to crush zombies on a golf course.
The new Suburbination pack gives players the chance to experience the Plasma Peashooter, a new character able to shoot zombies back into the dust. The blue and gooey variant of the everyday Peashooter has the ability to charge up attacks or launch tiny pellets at enemies. I recommend that children stay far away from it during a zombie apocalypse.
The plasma pellet cannon is not the only addition coming in the Suburbination pack however. Players will also receive the new Suburbination mode and Crash Course map, centered around the crash site of a zombie spaceship which is available in all game modes. In addition, there are quite a few new Garden Ops missions coming to the title alongside some stylish new gear. After all, everyone needs to bedazzle a sunflower at least once. Unfortunately, there are a plethora of enemies and a new boss too that players will have to deal with as well, so the Plasma Peashooter and friends probably seemingly have their work cut out for them.
Oh, plants. So beautiful, yet so destructive. It probably is not the best idea to fight against the plants, so I choose to join with them. Suburbination will launch on Microsoft's Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC tomorrow, though it looks like Sony players have to wait a little bit. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare still is not available on the PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4, but will be starting August 19th in North America.