Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

First released on PC in May 2009, Plants vs. Zombies has grown and spread across to nearly all other platforms, especially mobile phones and tablets. In August 2013, the brilliant sequel was released Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time. Now a new version comes to XboxOne.

With the sub heading Garden Warfare, the XboxOne version of the tower defense style game has been transformed into a third person shooter. The aim of the game still remains true though, plant different mutated plants to keep off the advancing waves of zombies.

You can find out more and if the transition from 2D to 3D has been successful by watching this developer video below.



The game will be released on Xbox 360 and Xbox One in North America on February 25th and in Europe two days later. A PC version is planned as well as a rumoured PS4 release.

Thanks to EvilAvatar for the story.

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