'Plants Vs. Zombies' is becoming a theme park attractionIt's the 'Plants Vs. Zombies' theme park ride you never asked for.
If it's not Mario or Shepherd and the Mass Effect crew, it's... plants and zombies. Cedar Fair Entertainment, which runs 14 park attractions across the US, is working with EA on two attractions for Great America in California, and Carowinds in North Carolina. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will be adapted into what the theme park is terming a "digital attraction". This means that it'll be able to substitute in and reprogram the ride later for sequel content -- which sounds a whole lot like its namesake. Carowinds will get the PvZ attraction, which will open next year.
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'Plants Vs. Zombies' is becoming a theme park attraction