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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Guide: 5 Pro Tips


Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Guide: 5 Pro Tips

Here are 5 Pro Tips to lead you and your team to a successful victory in Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare.

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare brings a whole host of exciting and explosive attacks to Popcap’s long-lived franchise. They come in a wide variety of different flavors, ranging from the Zombie Foot Soldier’s ZPG to the Peashooter’s Chili Bean Bomb, and everything in-between. What they sometimes lack in accuracy however, they more than make up for in strength. A well placed Chili Bean Bomb can decimate a throng of Zombies around a garden. Lining up a Rocket Launcher shot can wipe out that pesky Cactus which has been shooting you for the whole game. The trick is to use them wisely.

Dealing large amounts of damage in Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is almost always going to give you a fighting chance, so don’t forget the opportunity is there. Use it. Heck, even the Allstar’s Imp Punt is a worthy opponent to whatever your foes can throw at you. Line them up correctly, and you’ll be swimming in points, zombie blood/chlorophyll, and currency to unlock even more crazy character types. Drop Potato Mines behind you while running as a Cactus to whittle your opponents down to meat chunks and accurately throw the Scientist’s Sticky Exploding Balls to ensure victory.

If you’re on the receiving end of these explosive game-enders though, don’t worry. Every single one is fairly easy to spot and avoid. Potato Mines stick their little antenna out of the ground, Chili Bean Bombs make a distinctive squeal before exploding, Rockets let off plenty of smoke when they’re en-route to your face, and even the punted imps can be spotted a mile away. Keep your eyes peeled to increase your survival by a matter of seconds at least. It only takes a moment to royally screw-up the plans of your enemies in Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare.

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