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These are the concepts for Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. These are not fake, but rather scrapped and upcoming content, and concept art.

Concept art

Rock Peashooter


It was first seen in a Twitter message by EA. It was scrapped from the first game, but it later appears in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 as Rock Pea.

Peashooter's and Sunflower's Rooted abilities


Initial appearance of Peashooter's and Sunflower's rooting ability.

In the first trailer, the rooted abilities of Peashooter and Sunflower looked different from after the game's release as there was no dirt surrounding their roots.



The Zombot was seen in an E3 2013 Demo of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. Its model was never used in the final game, and is likely an unused boss. It does, with a slightly different visual appearance, appear in the Z-Tech Factory and Zombopolis in Garden Warfare 2, as the Ultra-Zombot 6000.

Design a Peashooter contest

These are the top 5 designs that PopCap was deciding to choose between when the Design a Peashooter contest was going on, Out of these, the Plasma Pea became the winner and was added to the game.

Bosses in Gardens & Graveyards

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A Gargantuar in Driftwood Shores.

In one of the trailers, a Gargantuar is seen running to crush plants on Driftwood Shores. This might have been a mistake, or it was scrapped. There is also a Yeti Zombie seen near the tree garden on Main Street.

Laser Goat

The Laser Goat is an unfinished character that is only obtainable through hacking. It is on both the plants and the zombies' side. It has green armor if it's on the plants' side, and dark purple armor if it's on the zombies' side. It can jump high and even has a double jump like the Imp. You can actually see this character in-game currently, but only when someone hacks it in. Only one player, Lop0l0v3r (a player who is famously known for hacking Garden Warfare), has ever been known to have hacked it in. Therefore, it is extremely rare to see. Its primary weapon currently has an unfinished name, reading "ID_CUS_H_WEAPON_LASERGOAT_PRIMARY" when vanquished by it. Its icon, sounds, and projectiles are the same as Hover Goat-3000's, possibly meaning that it could be an unfinished variant or just that PopCap forgot to remove the beta version in the code.


  • Damage Buff Booster Beam
  • Healing Gearshifter -An ability that heals teammates nearby
  • Mech-Assault -An ability that tosses a grenade that explodes and deals 10 damage


Bling Chomper

Garden Warfare Bling Chomper

A possible image of the unused Bling Chomper variant.

The Bling Chomper was one of the original Chomper variant concepts, but it was scrapped for being too underpowered. No more details were shared about it, so it is unknown why it was considered weak. The Disco Chomper from Garden Warfare 2 is vaguely similar to it.