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‘PvZ: Garden Warfare’ isn’t on PS4 or PS3 yet but PopCap wants it there

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Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare has only been announced for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC with no release date for the latter. Will it ever hit the PS4 or PS3? PopCap Games’ Brian Lindley can’t come straight out and say it but he does have good news for those platforms.

“We haven’t announced any plans yet for any additional platforms outside of the PC, but the way I typically answer that question is we want to get this game in the hands of as many people as possible. Obviously, we’re exclusively first on the Xbox platforms, but I think in the coming months players will see some announcements that will please them depending on their platform of choice.” Lindley said, delivering the good news for Playstation owners.

The news shouldn’t be too surprising for those that have followed the Plants Vs Zombies series. The original tower defense game was released to the PC first in 2009 before rolling out to nine different platforms over the course of four years. The sequel has followed a similar course releasing first to iOS in August last year before making its way to Android devices in October.

Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is due out Feb. 18 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. No release date has been announced for the PC yet.

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