Plants vs. Zombies 2 Summary
Super Meat Boy creator claims EA fired Plants Vs Zombies designer for objecting to Pay-To-Win [UPDATE: May Only Be Partially True]
Edmund McMillen, the creator of Super Meat Boy, says that EA fired Plants Vs Zombies creator George Fan for refusing to help turn the sequel into a Pay-To-Win mobile title.
Forget the large cheese wheels plaguing all of Thedas, ashave included a cheeky Easter Egg in their Dragon Age: Inquisition codex for something known as "Plants vs. Corpses".
If that wasn't enough this battle between demon-raised corpses and apostate-summoned plant life takes place at "Pauper's Cap", giving a nice place in Thedas forPlants vs. Zombies.
EA's PopCap studio, the developers behind Plants vs. Zombies, has just lost between 30 to 40 members of staff according to sources. General Manager John Vechey confirms the "painful" loss of colleagues.
However it was "also necessary" for the studio to remain "on course with our future plans". Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare recently released on console to good reviews.
Gamers were disappointed to learn that Plants Vs. Zombies 2 was coming only to iOS, but it seems that a PC and console sequel to Plants Vs. Zombies will be debuting at E3 2013, and will be called Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.
Popcap Games disappointed millions of PC and console gamers recently by announcing that Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will be an iOS exclusive, though that now seems to be merely a timed exclusive as "other platforms" are being hinted for the future.