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Friday, 22 November 2013 08:40

Garden Warfare gets a release date

Written by David Stellmack

Plants Vs. Zombies shooter arrives February 18th

The first real extension of the Plants Vs. Zombies franchise known as Garden Warfare finally has got a release date from Popcap and EA. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 version will arrive February 18th in North America and February 21st in Europe. The announced PC version is still coming, but no release date has been announced.

The Frostbite powered third person shooter themed around the Plants Vs. Zombies franchise is going to be offered at the budget price of $39.99 USD on the Xbox One and $29.99 USD on the Xbox 360. For the extra $10 Xbox One players will get two additional modes including a splitscreen local co-op and boss mode in which players can use Kinect or a Microsoft SmartGlass compatible device to support their teammates using a Battlefield 4 like commander mode.

Garden Warfare represents a big departure from the traditional Plants Vs. Zombies games, but it just might be fun enough to become pretty popular. We will have to wait and see. From the limited amount we have seen of the game, it does seem to look like a lot of fun.

David Stellmack

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