/PvZ: Battle for Neighborville’s First 2020 Festival is Snow Joke

PvZ: Battle for Neighborville’s First 2020 Festival is Snow Joke

Discover the Snow Day Festival event and what’s coming up in PvZ: Battle for Neighborville.

The future is now, Neighborvillians! It’s 2020 and, while we all assumed that robots would have taken over the world by now, the only artificial intelligence running rampant these days are those pesky zombies. So, grab your friends and juice up those electric roller skates as the battle for brainz rages on in Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville!

With a new year here, fresh as a downy blanket
of just-fallen snow, crisp as a frozen leaf of iceberg lettuce, orange as a
fledgling rubber construction cone straight off the Z-Tech factory line, we’re
bringing you a brand-new festival event to match: Snow Day.

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Wander Giddy Park where the frosty snowdrifts
are beginning to thaw. Work your way through the Snow Day Prize Map, using
Prize Bulbs, and score epic hats, Victory Slabs, Punchers, emojis and more.
Pick up chase items as you go, like the Cowmooflage Commander costume for Foot
Soldier at the mid-way point, Legendary Millennium Dragon costume for
Snapdragon at 100% completion, and the Snapdragon Legendary Century Dragon
costume when you take a single path to the end of the map.

How do you earn Prize Bulbs? Get them by earning XP as you play any mode. You can also complete daily and character challenges to earn more. Once you’ve picked up your Prize Bulbs, access the Snow Day Prize Map by visiting Wing-Ding to the right of the multiplayer portal.

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Curious what the rest of 2020 will bring? We’ve consulted Rose, our time-traveling enchantress from another era (who also smells fantastic, btw), and she’s uncovered a mystical glimpse into your future! Here’s what’s coming up over the next three months:

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Rose also told us what will happen over the next 300 years, but we’ll save that prediction for another time. For now, enjoy Snow Day and be sure to stick around for more news from PvZ: Battle for Neighborville as the decade proceeds.

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