Plant vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is the successor of the infamous puzzle game, which has won over the hearts of both young and old.
Even though the game is not yet available on all platforms, players are already spending tons of hours playing its Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions. With addictive gameplay and playful visuals, the multiplayer shooter may seem simple at first, but is quite comprehensive in its design. That’s why this guide for cheats, tips and more exists. To help players with advanced tactics to help them achieve great victories, here are a few tips and things to look out for.
The New Abilities
Plant vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is quite different than its predecessor. Even though the basic gameplay as well as most of the characters remain the same, there are a few new abilities a player should look out for. When someone unlocks new character ability, there is always a short cut scene that shows you what it does and how to use it. For a player to use the ability at its full potential, one should take the time and learn exactly what that ability is used for. For example, the Peashooter root ability lets a player “plant” themselves and concentrate the fire on the enemies better. Although, the movement of the player is limited when using this ability, the aiming is much more precise.
Defense is The Right Offense
A player should concentrate to learn right defensive tactics in order to succeed in Plant vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. That being said, positioning the troops is an important part of the gameplay. For example, the Peashooter and the Cactus are great when used from a distance, because they are able to see enemies from afar. Setting Chomper hiding underground and waiting for a health point to spawn is also a nice tactic in the game.
The Drones are a Powerful tool
If a player is playing as a cactus in Plant vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, shooting the spikes from a distance is quite a powerful ability. However, unlocking the garlic drones in order to shoot enemies from above is quite important too. These secondary tools provide the player with the required safety, as they let them shoot enemies from the sky, while they don’t have to worry about their own health. Moreover, the drones are small enough and tough to hit from a distance. If a player learns how to use them to their advantage, the game becomes far easier.
Spend the Coins Wisely
Even though most players most probably already do this, it is worth noticing that the Plant vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare coins should be spent on expensive sticker packs. This investment is definitely worthwhile, because the more expensive packs add far more powerful units to the battlefield.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was released in February, 2014 for the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One. Releases are expected for the PC in June this year and later on for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4 in August this year.
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