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EA Hints New Need For Speed And Plant v/s Zombies Titles Coming Soon

During the unveiling of Electronic Arts financial year report, officials also announced two new exclusive titles namely New Need For Speed and Plant v/s Zombies to be soon accessible on various platforms.
Although no precise launch date is suggested for the said two titles, still EA did hint a release window which indicates that both the titles would be accessible for playing between October and December.
The report presented by EA suggests that the said titles Plant v/s Zombies and Need For Speed are most likely to be accessible during the same quarter when Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would be launched.
As of now, the Star Wars Jedi title is expected to be launched on 15th November on Xbox, PC, and PS4. Need For Speed and Pant v/s Zombies is also enlisted for similar platforms as Star Wars Jedi which suggests that both the titles could be brought for players to access on both PC and gaming consoles platform like Xbox and PS4.
During the 2017-2018 financial reporting EA’s COO and CFO, Blake Jorgensen announced that they are looking forward to launching Anthem, Apex Legends, Titanfall, new IP, Plant v/s Zombies, Need for Speed and a complete shift to the Star Wars Jedi title.
And with the recent 2018-2019 earnings event, EA assured that the Plant v/s Zombies title will be a shooter type game and is an exclusive addition to the Plant v/s Zombies: Garden Warfare. Many community members have even suggested this new title to be a latest addition to the long-running Plan v/s Zombies series and have named the new title as Plant v/s Zombies: Garden Warfare 3.
But as of now, no official confirmation is either known for the name or the release date of the title, so it is better off to consider all such floating theories to be speculation and indeed wait for an official teaser trailer or hint to drop in the near future.
As per the recent financial report, an exciting new title is also aforementioned namely Sea of Solitude which is an original indie game developed by Electronic Arts and hinted during the EA play 2018.
 Reportedly the new Sea of Solitude title features players as a young female protagonist namely Kay who is in lost in a submerging city which is plagued with evil red-eyed creatures.
And beating all odds, Kay is also infected by this plague which is slowly converting her also into an evil red-eyed monster. Players will have to explore multiple locations in the game to cure this problem from spreading to others and cure the infected to make them humans again.
The said Sea of Solitude title is expected to be out on July 1 right before the expected Need for Speed. Let’s see how EA improves on their existing titles and create some exciting games for players to have fun while playing.
Jack Tucker is a security expert and he writes about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and is working at norton.com/setup.

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