Aug 18, 2015 09:42 PM EDT
With Summer Nights over, you’d think the Limited Edition plants would be off the Plants vs. Zombies 2 In-Game Store. Think again.
Plants vs. Zombies 2 is about to roll out another World, and it’s teasing the new theme in the latest series of Piñata Parties. The new world might be called the “Neon Mixtape Tour,” and it may sport zombies in 80’s dreadful hair, skinny jeans, and all things Tacky 80’s.
So far, they’ve rolled out an amped-up version of the Cactus. When you add Plant Food to it, its spikes become lasers. When a zombie comes near, it hides in the ground, and its spikes still deal damage to the zombies, much like the Spikeweed.
The Neon Mixtape Tour seems to be a little less exciting than The Lost City, as there are no power-ups in the landscape, as far as can be seen for now. The Lost City has Gold Tiles which produce sun as soon as a plant is placed on them, and will generate new sun every 20 seconds. The Gold Tiles will let a plant generate sun, even if it isn’t a Sunflower, Twin Sunflower, or a Sun-shroom.
The Limited Edition plants are still on the In-Game Store, so you can still rack up all the gems you need for the gem-bought plants, and if you haven’t bought the other limited-edition premium plants, now’s the time to buy them!
The Limited Edition plants have been in the store since March 10th, and there’s no news as to when the Plants vs. Zombies team will pull them out. As for now, if you have the time or the moolah to spare, go gather or buy gems, and buy the Limited Edition plants!
For those who have waited over a year to see the Ghost Pepper, Sap-fling, or Sweet Potato again, now’s the best time to grab them from the store.
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