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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2

By EA - 05-24-16

Top 5 Best Things About Trouble in Zombopolis: Part One

Get ready PvZ fans, because another free update is on its way! The plants are preparing an assault into Zombopolis itself, in an attempt to stop Zomboss from completing one of his most powerful creations. With Trouble in Zombopolis: Part One, the battle for Suburbia grows even bigger.

 

Here are five of the best things coming when the new update arrives:

1. New Map: Zombopolis

Zombopolis is the most massive zombie city you've ever seen, and it is also one of the biggest maps in Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2. In this incredible new Herbal Assault map, the plants and zombies will battle it out in the sewers, streets, and beyond! Will the plants stop Dr. Zomboss from building the Mega Zombot, or will the zombies triumph?

2. Breakfast Brainz

This new Super Brainz variant has a toaster helmet, a bacon cape, and he fires waffles out of his fists. Seriously, how could Breakfast Brainz not make this list? He is the hero that Zombopolis both needs and deserves to face off against the invading plants!

3. Toxic Citron

Toxic Citron has emerged from the shadows of toxicity to lead the plants through the sewers of Zombopolis, and to face off against Breakfast Brainz. Will the plants' new Toxic-powered hero lead them to victory? One thing is for sure: you'll have a great time playing with this Citron variant's new abilities!

4. 1,200 New Customizations

There's already a huge number of awesome customization items in the game, but even more are coming. With Trouble in Zomburbia: Part One, you'll be able to unlock 1,200 new customizations to outfit your plant and zombie heroes. We can't wait to see what combinations you come up with.

5. A More Balanced Experience

Get ready for a truly massive balance patch! We've taken your feedback and the data we've collected to make some big changes to improve the overall balance of the game. Oh, and when we say massive, we mean gargantaur big - they're ten pages when printed out, and you can already read through them all, RIGHT HERE.

What are you most excited for when Trouble in Zombopolis: Part One hits? Let us know on Twitter!