Awesome! I like how they aren't charging full price. I'll definitely be grabbing this, barring bad reviews of course.
Related Topics – Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, xbox 360, ElectronicArts, PC, PopCap Games, Plants vs Zombies Series, Xbox One, PAX 2013
Garden Warfare, EA Canada's multiplayer shooter take on Plants vs Zombies, was one of our favorite surprises from E3. Apparently, PvZ simply works as a multiplayer shooter.
Powered by Frostbite, the multiplayer shooter is unquestionably one of PopCap's biggest productions ever. Supporting both 24 player multiplayer and 4 player co-op, Garden Warfare will be PopCap's most expensive release ever when it launches. However, creative director Justin Wiebe points out that it will be "relatively inexpensive when compared to other games on the platform."
"PopCap's had really good success around lower to mid-tier priced games," Wiebe told us. So, when Garden Warfare debuts on Xbox One, it will be $39.99 as both a retail and downloadable title. The Xbox 360 and PC versions will be even more affordable, retailing for $29.99. (Presumably, the exclusive content for the Xbox One version justifies the markup in price.)
Garden Warfare can be sold at a discount because the plan is to continue expanding the game after launch. There's also no single-player campaign, as the entire experience is focused on multiplayer. "We definitely want to build on the game once it's launched," Wiebe told us. "We're definitely taking a cue from Plants vs Zombies 2. Using DLC and new content updates, we want to keep players engaged in the long haul."
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare will be available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC in 2014.
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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is multiplayer-only, will launch for $39.99
Last edited by The Sith; 09-03-2013 at 23:21.
uuummmmm...Fried Beer iis a reality.
Yea, I will be picking this up too, but for someone else.
40 bucks for a pvz game!? Am I missing the joke?
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Oddly this was one of the few Xbox One games I was actually interested in, I like the PvZ games and liked the cartooniness of the game, but if it is online only then count me out, even when it inevitably ends up on the PS4. If a game doesn't have a single player mode I'm not interested.
Meh. Just give me Plants vs zombies 2 on PC already. I don't really care about this.
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