Plants vs. Garden Warfare 2 is no more and no less than a vastly expanded version of its predecessor, and that's fine. As a sort-of-budget-priced, bare-bones game wrapped around a goofy shooter that was better than it had any right to be, the first Garden Warfare deserved a little more attention around the edges, and that's exactly what this sequel brings. More playable classes, maps, modes, unlocks, and plenty of other features combine in a followup that befits the surprising quality of Garden Warfare's core multiplayer action and reasonably justifies its full retail price. The most immediately noticeable upgrade in this sequel is a full 3D hub area that replaces the sparse menus in the original game. This "Backyard Battleground" is a single map that houses faction bases for both the plants and zombies, each of which contains roughly a zillion little kiosks you walk up to and use to access everything from matchmaking to stats to character customization.
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Review - Giant Bomb
Developed by Popcap Games. Published by Electronic Arts. Released February 25, Available on Xbox , Xbox One reviewed. It's hard not to be cynical when Electronic Arts, a publisher known for the homogenization of its once varied game library, announces that not even Plants vs.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Review
Garden Warfare. Parties and matchmaking work fine in the XBO version. Plants vs. Garden Warfare 2, alike its predecessor, is responsive and smooth, with matchmaking becoming extremely quick due to the. Electronic Arts.
March Starting after that last patch, we are having a terrible time finding a lobby to play in. The last times we tried, regardless of what Region we chose or what game mode we chose, it would stick us in a lobby with both of us on a team, and no other players. We'd try to be patient and see if anyone would join, but it was a rarity to see anyone else come in. Or we might find a lobby and it ends up being us 2 vs 1 other player.