Launch an Herbal Assault
Ready the Peashooters and prepare for the craziest, funniest shooter in the universe: Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2. Dr. Zomboss has conquered Suburbia and transformed it into a zombie-filled, plant-free paradise. Now it's the plants' turn to take the offensive in the new 24-player Herbal Assault mode and reclaim their turf. Or, choose your side in 4-player co-op or solo play. With new modes, classes, and loads of humor, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 lets you wage war on seriousness (and your friends!) however you want. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 also introduces the Backyard Battleground, your very own interactive hub where you and up to 3 friends can take on daily quests, challenges, and interact with your favorite PvZ characters.
Pre-order now and get immediate access to the new Grass Effect Z7 Mech when you start the game and also receive an emoji customization pack filled with 14 all-new emoji-style accessories to customize each character class.
Plants attack. This time, bring the fight to the zombies. Go on the offensive as the plants to reclaim Suburbia, or stop the botanical invasion and preserve Zomburbia in all-new game modes.
More characters, classes, and skins. 6 new classes join the cast, making for 14 total playable character classes. Choose from more than than 100 playable plants and zombies from the past, present, and future and stand out as you fight.
Play your way. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 delivers tons of lawn-inspiring game modes so you can play together or by yourself. Need some company? Play in the new Herbal Assault mode and join 24-players online and duke it out all over Suburbia. Or join the plants or the zombies and team up in 4-player co-op mode. And if you want, you can even play solo!
A living PvZ world. The struggle for Suburbia is in full bloom across 12 maps bursting with personality and humor. Fight your way through Zombossified cityscapes and crowded airspaces, all layered with hidden secrets waiting to be discovered.
Garden Warfare 1 was decent like most EA shooters, but Garden Warfare 2 is superior. Online is the same, most of the same game modes and very similar combat. Single player is improved, you have the normal garden ops and the whole Zom-burbia town as a big battlefield beside you. The new characters are adding a whole new level of combat. You have the plants with their three new classes offering a tank, support, and assault. Zombies also have the same three types of classes (if you would consider Super Brainz support). IMP is a "imp" with a battle mech, similar to D.va from overwatch. Those are only 2 of the six all being equally as powerful.
Great humor, excellent gameplay, fun, balanced, however, best with friends. It can get boring after a while on your own.
Plants vs Zombies is known for that top down tower defense gameplay. Plants v Zombies 2 is a totally different game. Having played this with my cousins, you can tell this game was made for cooperation in mind. Theres numerous co-op modes and multiplayer modes like soccer. I honestly found it to be kind of interesting but it wasn't as gripping at the first game. For a third person shooter, it's quite simple as there isn't much to the gameplay. You just move and shoot. Overall, I think PvZ 2 is best played with friends rather than by yourself.
Plants vs Zombies : Garden Warfare 2 is a team-based Third Person Shooter with a good chunk of humor. Each team has several character-class to offer. Every one of them are viable on the battlefield. Each character-class has its own abilities and weapons. My favourite is the Rose from the Plants Team. There is just something incredibly fun in turning your opponents into goats. While they have new names, the game modes are not really original. These are your typical multiplayer modes you'll find in any shooter on the market. Furthermore it is possible to play solo with characters played by the AI. It's fun and well balanced and the visuals are good. I think Plants vs Zombies : Garden Warfare 2 is the best multiplayer shooter I've seen since Team Fortress 2.
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