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[Update: Switch Version in Source Code Mentioned] Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville Trailer Leaked

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Update: A leaker has mentioned that he has found Nintendo Switch in the Source Code for the platforms on which the game is going to release, although nothing is confirmed yet. Check his Tweet below:

https://twitter.com/ScopesUncharted/status/1161076709199896576

Original: After a few years, the dispute between plants and zombies is far from over and the information generated in recent days makes us think that a new installment for consoles is closer than we think. However, it seems that we are in a situation where, from one moment to another, the official presentation of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville could be made as a version of what would be its presentation trailer that was leaked.

A few moments ago, the official Twitter account of Wario64 shared the video material that could correspond to the revelation trailer of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville, which was obtained and made public by the account of the same social network, Uncharted Scopes.

The trailer, which still shows some details that suggest that it is not the final version, presents the eternal battle between both sides, highlighting the great battle scene that will be Neighborville and the number of characters that will be available. Also, the end of the video shows what would be the official name of the game, Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville, as trademarked a few days ago in Europe.

So, it seems that only a few days remain before the world knows the new installment of the game in what seems to be the third installment of the shooter-type proposal that represents the Garden Warfare series, that is, we would be talking about a title for consoles and PCs.

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