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Monday, 02 December 2013 09:06

PVZ: Garden Warfare timed exclusive

Written by David Stellmack

February for Xbox, but PS4 version not far behind

As was recently revealed, the Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare exclusive release for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One will be a timed exclusive. What no one really counted on is that “timed exclusive” window might be shorter than one might expect.

In addition to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions, we know that a PC version was also announced, but its release date has always been confirmed as a Spring 2014 release. With both Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions to arrive on February 18th in North America, followed by a February 21st release in Europe.

While we know that a PlayStation 4 release is coming, its recent rating from the ratings board in Brazil could indicate that the timed exclusive window could be shorter then we might expect. In addition it is believed that a PlayStation 3 version of the game will be released at the same time as the PS4 version as well.

Sources tell us that the exclusive window could be as short as 30 days to as long as 90 days. The same sources suggest we could see the release of the PC version during the exclusive window, followed by the release of the PlayStation versions right at the end of the window.

If the finished game plays well, it could actually be a big seller as the game is only $30 for the Xbox 360 version and $40 for the Xbox One version. Because of the price it could quickly become a popular Xbox One title simply because of the price.

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