Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 UK release date rumours: When is Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 coming out?
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 release date: 25 February 2016.
PvZ GW2 goes on sale in the UK at midnight tonight, and there are a number of ways you can pre-order the game now and be playing at midnight. Pre-order a digital edition for
Xbox One (£54.99),
PlayStation 4 (£54.99) or
PC (£49.99) and you can pre-download the content and be playing as soon as the game is released.
In terms of storyline, PopCap Games gave an interesting twist to Garden Warfare 2.
Here, we find again the hilarious Dr. Zomboss, with its huge veined head and oval shaped eyes.
He has conquered Suburbia with its following gang of zombies. Now it’s time for the plants to rise up and fight to take back their own lawn.
You can choose to be a brave plant, fighting for what it legitimate owns, or opt for the bad guy, standing on the side of the conquering zombies. Both options can be enjoyed alone or with others.
We find Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare great; it is a third person shooting game, but its quirky characters (that we find incredibly cute) and its absurd storyline make it incredibly innocent and comic.
That’s why the original Garden Warfare was quite a success, enjoyed by both children and grown up. The sequel is not the less. PopCap Games is going to keep intact the hilarious innocence of Garden Warfare. Mums can enjoy good’s night sleeps.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 new features: What are the new features of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2?
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 has many surprises in store.
Firstly, there will be six fresh new classes of characters, meaning that you can choose among 14 types of characters and then customize the one you have chosen.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 brings about new pleasing playable modes as well.
The original Garden Warfare was a multiplayer-only online game. You could play the single-player or split-screen mode, but you needed Xbox Live or PS Plus. If you didn’t have them, you couldn’t play it offline.
This time the offline version has been considerably improved. You can play the solo or split-screen mode offline without any need of Xbox Live or PS Plus subscription.
Looking at the online version, you can join other online players and move among different online quests smoothly. You can also opt for the private mode and play online with just your friends.
Nicely, PopCap Games has promised that free content will be also available – as in the first game. This means you won’t have to empty your wallet for nice additional features.
Have you already played the original Garden Warfare? You’ll be pleased to know then that you can keep your unlocked character classes in the coming up version.