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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare


PopCap Games


Third Person Shooter


Xbox One
Xbox 360

Release date:

February 25, 2014 (Xbox One and Xbox 360 American Release)
February 28, 2014 (Xbox One and Xbox 360 Europe Release)
June 3, 2014 (PC)

Engine used:

Frostbite 3

USK Rating:


ESRB Rating:

Everyone 10+

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is a third person shooter game recently released by PopCap Games.

It was first heard on EA's E3 press-conference 2013 on June 10th. The trailer and gameplay were shown. The game was released on the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One on February 25 in North America and February 28 in Europe. A PC release was said to come out June 3, 2014.


Dig into the trenches with an explosive new action experience. Enter a massive, mind-blowing PvZ world where plants and zombies are battle-ready troops in epic new challenges. Join forces with friends in Co-op mode, or choose your side in “Gardens & Graveyards” Multiplayer. Get ready for the next generation of PvZ action and sow the seeds of victory!


  • Powerful character classes for both plants and zombies
  • Choose your side, plants or zombies, in 24-player online battles
  • Join forces with friends in online 4-player cooperative mode
  • Personalize your favorite plants and zombies with hundreds of unique items and customizations
  • Over 10 unique multiplayer and cooperative battlegrounds

Game Modes


Main article: Plants (Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare)


Main article: Zombies (Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare)

Playable zombies

There are four playable character classes on both plant and zombie side. All four have different abilities with different perks to using them.

Variant zombies

Each Playable Character class has five variants that give the base class a perk. The variants also differ slightly in appearance. Unlocking the variants is done through purchasing sticker packs from the Sticker Shop. Lower cost packs will result in single pieces being obtained randomly while the most expensive sticker pack will unlock a random new variant.

Foot Soldier




Ability zombies

Spawnable zombies

There are 11 spawnable Zombies that can be used. To summon look for grave dirt piles. The spawnable zombies are used as assistance to fight against the Plants in Gardens & Graveyards. Each are considered consumables that once used can not be picked back up. Spawnable Zombies can only be obtained by purchasing sticker packs with in-game coins.

Garden Ops zombies

These zombies only appear in Garden Ops mode.

Note: a * indicates that this zombie is a boss in Garden Ops Mode.


Garden Ops

  • Garden Center
  • Suburban Flats
  • Sharkbite Shores
  • Zomboss Estate
  • Chomp Town
  • Port Scallywag

Welcome Mat

  • Suburban Flats

Gardens & Graveyards

The zombies must enter a cannon and launch themselves to the Mega Sunflower Lighthouse, trying to destroy it while trying to dodge fire from the plant's anti-missile turrets.

The zombies must go to the Tactical Cuke and plant and arm four bombs, while dodging corn cobs being shot by the Corn Launchers.

Get five zombies into the mansion, while Tallnut Cannons are shooting Giant Wall-nuts down the street killing both plants and zombies.

  • Cactus Canyon

Stay near the golf cart as it rolls across the track with a giant golfball, that is heading to a giant hole.

Team Vanquish

  • Garden Center
  • Port Scallywag
  • Suburban Flats
  • Sharkbite Shores
  • Zomboss Estate
  • Driftwood Shores
  • Chomp Town

Gnome Bomb

  • Garden Center
  • Port Scallywag
  • Suburban Flats
  • Sharkbite Shores
  • Zomboss Estate
  • Driftwood Shores
  • Chomp Town


Reviews of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare















Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare has recieved mixed reviews from critic websites. Some reviews praise it in its lighthearted, team-based, and comical aspects, but others criticize its lack of diversity and content. Many reviews also praised for its strong balance between the varied classes, enough so that none feel over-powered or weak. However, the greatest common problem among reviewers is its lack of diversity from other shooters available at the time of release. 


  • The title "Garden Warfare" parodies Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
  • The title of this game was originally going to be the title of Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time.
  • According to the trailer, Sunflower now has offensive capabilities and the mushrooms are no longer nocturnal. Although a few of them are stronger at nightime maps. 
  • Even if the All-Star Zombies and the Engineer Zombies are considered as new zombies, they might be Football Zombies and Digger Zombies that picked weapons.
  • Coincidentally, the four main plant classes are on the loading screen of the original Plants vs. Zombies.
  • The Giga Gargantuar is now dressed in black and wears sunglasses. This also applies to its Giga Imp.
    • It's still possible to view the Giga Gargantuar's red eyes from the side however.
  • This is the only game where the zombies do not try to eat your brains.
    • However, on Team Vanquish Mode, when the plants reach 40 vanquishes, Dr. Zomboss will say: "The Plants only need 10! Don't you want brains?"
  • There is an Easter Egg in the Garden Center map. If the player selects the Cactus and find a wall with sheets of paper on them, he or she can blast away the debris in front of the wall and then use the Cactus' super aim to see some entertaining notes. One says "Achievement Hunters needed." This is a reference to the YouTube channel also named "achievement hunters." It even has their logo on the sheet. Another sheet says "What does the fox say?", a nod to the song "The Fox."
  • This is the first game that the Sunflower be an attacking plant.


Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Xbox 360 Gameplay

Promotional Images


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