Plant VS Zombies Garden Warfare PC DOWNLOAD
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is an upcoming cooperative third-person shooter and tower defense video game based on Plants vs. Zombies, developed by PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game was first announced for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, but later it was reported that it will also be available for Windows. The game will feature co-op along with competitive multiplayer modes where players can control the zombies as well as plants, and the game will be launched in December 2013.
Plants VS Zombies Garden Warfare Gameplay
The player can take control of their own plants going from a third person perspective, where obstacles intervene to address either as a zombie wave or even up to a final boss battle. Each character in this game will have a primary skill as a single class and four-player co-op mode.
The game will also feature a multiplayer option, it will have a capacity of up to twenty-four players online, which between them will have to face plants with zombies or vice versa.
Similarly, in his repertoire include each of the different plants displayed delivery above its predecessor, Plants Vs. Zombies, as well as some of its successor and second part, Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time. For zombies, who will also be participating in this game will have a variety of different styles.
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File Size: 3,10 GB
File Type: Archive (.ZIP)
System Requirements: OS: Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7/8 Processor: Intel Core Duo 2.4 Ghz or better Memory: 2GB RAM Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 or better (Ati/Nvidia) Hard Drive: 5 GB HDD Space
Plants VS Zombies Garden Warfare PC Reviews:
It’s not every third-person shooter that has me giggling as I shoot gatling peas at zombies dressed as football players. While Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare puts players in humorous settings with imaginative powers, it also offers a unique, hilarious shooter experience that both fans of the series and those shooting sunbeam lasers for the first time will get a kick out of. I recently got the chance to go hands-on with the game to test out one of Garden Warfare’s multiplayer modes.
Before you hop into a multiplayer match, you select a plant or a zombie to play as. In my demo there were four base options for each side, but what I was surprised to find was that each character also has a wide variety of customization options available. Here, I could choose from a variety of humorous accessories, tattoos, hats, and organic elements for each plant or zombie. For example, I ended up giving my Pea Shooter character cucumber shades, a camo tattoo, and a top hat. Producer Brian Lindley explained that while there were only a few options available in this demo, “There’s going to be dozens and dozens more [in the final game].”