Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 – 5 Amazing New Features You Should Know
Electronic Arts made Plants vs. Zombies on smartphones and tablets that became immensely popular that it warranted a standalone game.
While the first part of Garden Warfare didn’t become an expected multiplayer alternative, the second one probably might because it has so many fantastic features that will keep you glued to the screens. The title will be available on Xbox One, PC and probably Xbox 360 as well. Make sure to check out the brand new maps trailer that reveals a new map as well as the features that have been integrated into the sequel.
100 Different Plants and Zombies
The claim is enormous to make but in Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 there will be at least hundred different characters to choose from. Each one of them will be fully customizable and upgradable based on the class you want, which further increases the number. It will also help a lot in huge multiplayer battles as you could play as part of a squad yet take up specific roles.
12 New Maps and More Incoming
DLCs are not new for Electronic Arts, but the company has confirmed that the game will have at least 12 new huge maps to explore on launch. Some of them are exceptionally quirky. The one shown in the trailer is too good and includes underground paths to explore. It might convince you to buy it right away!
12 vs. 12 Matches
While Garden Warfare 2 may share alot of similarities with Battlefield 4, it doesn’t feature 24 player matches yet. The matches will take place between twenty-four players in total, twelve on each side. But, given the way the maps have been designed, there should be enough to keep everyone busy.
4 Player Co-op Matches
This is one killer feature that could make Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 extremely popular among multiplayer lovers. You can team up with three more friends and take on enemies like a squad. There will be four player co-op modes as well against AI enemies.
It has not been detailed in the trailer, but the game will have a dedicated solo mode. It could either be a single-player campaign with a storyline of its own or a mode that lets you play against AI opponents in smaller multiplayer maps. The game launches in Spring 2016 but for now, you could enjoy the trailer.