EA’s Plants vs Zombies 3 is revived again through a soft launch

Available on Android in Australia and the Philippines

EA’s has again soft-launched the third title of the Plants vs Zombies series. Developed by EA’s subsidiary PopCap Games, PvZ 3 is a garden warfare strategy and tower defense title that is a sequel to PvZ 2. Plants vs Zombies 3 was pulled off from its soft launch previously. But the fans will be delighted to know that the game is revived again with a whole new look. It is entering limited testing in selected territories where the primary focus will be on gameplay. PvZ 3 is currently on the Google Play store in Australia and the Philippines and will be available for the next 30 days. In a community post from EA, the developers cleared some basic doubts that fans may have had.

Plants vs Zombies 3: What’s in the improved title

The objective is to defend Neighborville and restore it to its pre-Zomboss glory while encountering new areas, new tricks, and new plants along the way. To make every battle unique and exciting, PopCap claimed that they blended the strategy of past PvZ games with fun puzzles built around the plant team and the lawn.

Plants vs Zombies 3
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PopCap also said that this third title is going to be the most exciting and engaging Plants vs. Zombies yet. However, PopCap said that they’ll still be making new content for PvZ 2.

Since hearing your feedback, we’ve gone back to our roots to make sure we are growing a garden every Neighborvillian can be proud of, and this limited test is our first step in building a new and improved Neighborville in PvZ 3. You’ll notice that a lot has changed since the last time you’ve played, and we’re excited to show you what’s new!

Matt Townsend, PvZ team via ea community post

Plants vs Zombies 3 soft launch history

Plants vs Zombies 3 was soft-launched in some selected countries such as Ireland, Romania, Indonesia, and the Philippines on February 25, 2020. After testing the Garden warfare series for months, its developer PopCap Games pulled off the tower and strategy defense title from soft-launch on November 18, 2020, to incorporate more feedback from players and re-launch the game with better, and more improved features. The developers then made it clear that Plants vs Zombies 3 is not canceled and now the game has finally.

When will Plants vs Zombies 3 globally release

For now, no exact date has been mentioned about the global release of the game as the game’s Executive Producer, Bruce Mclean has mentioned “we want to take as much time as we need during soft launch to grow the game into something really awesome”.

How to play Plants vs Zombies 3 beta now

If you reside in Australia or the Philippines, you can directly go to your Google Play and download the game. But if you are not from these two countries, follow the below-mentioned steps.

  1. Download a VPN that will let you connect to Australia. You can try this VPN Australia app
  2. Clear Google Play data
  3. Restart your device
  4. Connect to Australia in VPN
  5. Find the app by clicking the link and it will let you download the game

What are your thoughts on EA reviving Plants vs Zombies 3 and bringing the soft launch? Will we see a better game? Let us know in the comment section below!

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