Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, the upcoming 3rd person shooter by EA for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 where you shoot all sorts of lush vegetatation out at zombies (seriously) has been delayed from its initial launch date of February 18th.
Thankfully, the delay isn’t by much–it’s really only a week. Now, instead of the initial release date for the Xbox One being February 18th, the game has been pushed back for launch to February 25th. Hopefully this won’t bug too many people, especially considering that this is one of the more anticipated games of this year so far (especially one of the more anticipated ones this early in 2014).
While this is no more than speculation, it’s interesting to note that news of this delay came right around the same time as EA announced its alpha testing of Titanfall. Who knows, maybe pushing Plants vs. Zombies back has some sort of bearing on their Titanfall affairs. Maybe vice-versa. But like I said, speculation.
The reasons for this change don’t seem to be explicitly stated by EA, but as people begin to ask questions, EA will likely give answers. Oh well, I’m just happy it’s not a really big delay.
Again, you can look forward to all the zaniness that your vegetables have to offer in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare beginning on February 25th.