Plants vs. Zombies 2 Update: The Dark Ages Part 2 Released, Fight New Wizard And King Zombies, More Powerful Zomboss, Imp Dragon [TRAILER]

By Staff Reporter , Updated Jul 30, 2014 01:48 PM EDT
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The latest update for Plants Vs Zombies 2 is now live! The second part of The Dark Ages will offer more of everything you love- more plants, more levels, and of course, more zombie enemies.

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Ten new levels are now unlocked, each of which takes place at nighttime- you did see the name of the update, right?

The medieval-themed zombies are back and now they've been joined by a Wizard Zombie that can turn plants into sheep, as well as the King Zombie, who can knight regular Peasent Zombies and turn them into helmeted Knight Zombies. They both offer some neat new tricks to deal with and they force you to change your usual tactics up quite a bit. 

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There's also a new, more powerful Zomboss to face, as well as the final, ultimate enemy- the Imp Dragon.

Fortunately there are two new plants to help you out! First there's the return of the Magnet-shroom, which steals metallic objects from zombies (like the Knight's helmets!), as well as a brand new plant to the series- Peanut, which is basically a Walnut that fires peas. The Peanut is a premium plant for $2.99 but you'll be able to test it out first.

You can see the game in action in this new developer's diary, which offers you a glimpse of what it's like to work at PopCap.

As usual this is an absolutely free update and unlockable through regular play in the game- if you've beaten all the worlds before it you can jump right in. If you prefer to start it right up you can buy it for $4.99, however.

Download the game on the App Store and Google Play right now. It's free, so you've got nothing to lose, except all of your time.

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