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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

Garden Warfare gets Zomboss Down DLC

Get it free on Xbox Live now - adds new map, characters and raised level cap.

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There's a new free content update for PopCap Games' Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare available for download (2.8 GB on Xbox One) for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The Zomboss Down DLC adds a new Cactus Canyon Gardens and Graveyards Map, eight new playable characters (a new variation of each of the playable classes), over 200 customisation items, an increased Level cap from 20 to 30 for each character, and all-new challenges to accomplish.


"In Zomboss Down the plants have blasted down Dr. Zomboss's blimp and unleashed packs of zombies, who are now roaming the desert and battling their way through the wreckage to reach the local golf course. This golf course doubles as a super-secret facility housing a Cactus army on the unbelievable new Gardens and Graveyards Map, Cactus Canyon. Players will also enjoy increased character levels and eight fun new characters like the Archeologist Zombie, the Wrestling Star Zombie, the Law Pea and the Sun Pharaoh. In addition, players will discover weapon upgrades and skins for new characters, new accessories, tattoos and facial hair, and even more."

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
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We can't wait to sample this ourselves (download in progress).

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden WarfareScore

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

REVIEW. Written by Gillen McAllister

"It's a much better game than you'd think. But we can't help but feel this would have made a better case as a Xbox Live Arcade title rather than a (nearly) full-priced retail release."

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