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What is Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare?
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is a new game in the Plants vs. Zombies universe currently in development by developer PopCap. Plants vs. Zombies is digging into the trenches with an explosive new 3D experience. Blast zombies, plants, and new characters with inventive weapons across a mine-blowing PvZ world. Eschewing traditional tower defense models, PvZ:GW is a third person shooter incorporating the tower defense elements that popularized the franchise. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare digs into the trenches with an explosive new Co-op and Multiplayer action experience. Blast zombies and plants across a mind-blowing world that delivers the depth of a traditional online shooter blended with the refreshing humor of Plants vs. Zombies.There's also the Sticker Shop which has different sticker packs to buy and open.Sticker packs on opening give you cards which can be used in the game.For example:Conehead Zombie 3x,Pea Shooter 10x,parts of the unlocking plant...The best sticker pack is the Spectacular Character Pack which unlocks you a rare character.It costs 40,000 coins in-game.PvZ:GW is currently avaible for the XBox One and XBox 360,but it will be released for the PC this summer.
Getting Started - A guide to getting started in the battlefield that is Garden Warfare, including best assault teams and loadouts!
Tips and Tricks - Various tips and tricks to make the most of your platoon.
Weapon Mods - Absolute devastation awaits!
Abilities - Special, destructive powers!
Sticker Shop - Unlock new warriors!
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