Plants vs. Zombies 2 is on more than 25 million iOS devices, exceeding its predecessor's lifetime reach on the mobile OS despite only launching in August. Electronic Arts today announced the sterling performance of PopCap's free-to-play garden defense sequel in its second quarter 2014 fiscal statement.
While the previous title started on PC and made its way to mobile devices over years of growth, PvZ 2 began exclusively on iOS. It fully released on Android last week and will likely experience a second boom as the widespread mobile OS' users begin battle gardening.
EA lost $273 million over the quarter, though it said in a conference call with investors that it is working on several cost-control measures: those include "sunsetting" multiple browser-based social games and canceling development on the free-to-play Command & Conquer.