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Plants vs zombies garden warfare the video game

This page is dedicated to Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 1 and its sequel Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2.

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Background [ edit ]

The events depicted in this video game take place in the universe depicted in the popular 2013 game Plants Vs Zombies.

The battle between humanity and the plant-like forces of Planet Zomboid continues in this video game, as humanity continues their battle against the zombies. This time, some of the plants from the famous mobile game of the same name were added to the mix. The players get to play as the zombie or plant-like force of their choice, and the game is played in the third person like its predecessor.

Plot [ edit ]

In the near future, zombie pandemics have become a normal occurrence, as have zombies who are very aggressive. During a raid of the human-owned space colony of Gardenia, the main defense of the space colony, several of the plants from the popular mobile game "Plants vs. Zombies" are used as the plants of choice for the defense. A human-led effort to contain the outbreaks is being led by a mysterious man named Captain J. The plot reveals that the zombies on Planet Zomboid are being sent to Gardenia to get the help of the plants from the mobile game. However, things begin to get complicated when a human named Emmett appears to help the humans and the zombie-fearing plants. The man is a former member of the "Plant Liberation Front", who has been framed by their leader, "The Prophet", for the murders he committed. After he escapes from Gardenia, Emmett is able to contact another member of the PLF, a "pumpkin", who has since escaped Gardenia after a failed attempt by the Prophet.

Development [ edit ]

Development of the video game began in 2012.A first trailer was released at EA’s E3 2013 press conference, showing concept art of the game and an outline of the plot. In January 2014, a second trailer was released at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014, which revealed that the game would be available on Apple devices as well as PC and tablets.[4]

On 20 July 2014, EA revealed that Plants vs. Zombies creator PopCap Games was producing the game.[5] The announcement was later confirmed by the studio’s CEO John Vechey.[6] On 27 July 2014, the game was announced to have been developed in the Unreal Engine 4.[7] On 8 August, the game's title was revealed to be Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.[8] On 16 August, a new trailer was released showing the gameplay and characters of the game.[9]

Release [ edit ]

On 14 May, a beta version of the game was released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox One.[10] In August 2014, the final version of the game was released for PC and Xbox One.[11] For iOS and Android, the game was released on 13 November 2014.[12] The game was also released in Japan on 21 November 2014.[13]

The game is published by Electronic Arts. The game was released on 21 November 2014 in North America, 22 November 2014 in Europe and 26 November 2014 in Japan.[14] The Xbox 360 version is now available from Xbox Live Indie Games.[15]

Sales [ edit ]

Within a day of launch, Garden Warfares sales had broken the five million units mark on Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade.[16] The game had sold more than six million copies by April 2015.[17]

Awards [ edit ]

The game was nominated for GameSpot's 2014 Best Multiplayer Game and GameSpot's Best Game Trailer.[18]

Soundtrack [ edit ]

The game’s soundtrack was composed and arranged by Andrew Beringer and Eric Van Der Vliet, and released by Digital Soundboy on 10 May, 2013.[19]

Reception [ edit ]

Garden Warfare was released to critical acclaim, with critics praising the depth of the game, the amount of content and the multiplayer aspects.

Critics praised the game for its gameplay, which featured a heavy emphasis on team play.[19] IGN said, "The multiplayer feels like you’re on a LAN party on steroids and that’s a great thing." It added that "Garden Warfare is a perfect title for Xbox Live and is one of the most fun multiplayer games I’ve played in quite a while."[20] GamesTM praised the game for its emphasis on teamwork, with it offering "a unique take on the genre", saying it had an "interesting and fresh twist that’s going to keep you engaged and entertained."[21] GameSpot wrote that it was "full of features" which they said "take the action on the


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