Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • + Co-Op Modes
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Heads West
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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Heads West

Howdy flower.

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has done well for itself since it launched on Xbox One back in February. An Xbox 360 version launched shortly afterwards and for the most part, both version seem to have a solid following. The multiplayer game focuses on co-op and versus play set in the Plants vs Zombies universe making it a family friendly "shooter" on both platforms available for under $30.

A few weeks back the game got its first set of free DLC, called the Garden Variety Pack, it added a new map, new game mode and plenty of new unlockable content. Today another free DLC pack is being released called Zomboss Down, a pack set in the old west, and it contains a load of content.

In Zomboss Down the plants have blasted down Dr. Zomboss’s blimp and unleashed packs of zombies, who are now roaming the desert and battling their way through the wreckage to reach the local golf course. This golf course doubles as a super-secret facility housing a Cactus army on the unbelievable new Gardens and Graveyards Map, Cactus Canyon. Players will also enjoy increased character levels and eight fun new characters like the Archeologist Zombie, the Wrestling Star Zombie, the Law Pea and the Sun Pharaoh. 

We still don't have any details or official word on a PC release date, but at least the Xbox One and Xbox 360 are getting a steady stream of content for the game in the meantime. Hopefully when the PC version does launch, we'll get all the content rolled into it already.