Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare doesn’t want your microtransaction money at first

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PopCap Games’ strange mash-up shooter Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will not launch with any microtransations. The shooter may eventually be supported through an in-game shop, but producer Brian Lindley told GameSpot that the developer is holding off on enabling microtransactions until they get enough player data and feedback to determine the right strategy to move forward.

PopCap was less forthcoming about the technical performance of the game on the Xbox One. When asked if the native resolution would be 1080p, a representative answered with the general line about upscaling to 1080p.

“On next-gen consoles, players can experience all EA games at 1080p. Some are rendered natively, others are up-scaled by the next-gen hardware systems. Either way, the visuals are stunning and the gameplay is impeccable, regardless of platform.”

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will launch next week for $40 on the Xbox One and $30 on the Xbox 360 and the PC.