Spice Up Your Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare With Free Garden Variety DLC

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Everyone’s going gaga over Titanfall right now, but don’t forget about EA’s other new Xbox One (and Xbox 360) shooter, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.

Thanks to the new downloadable content offered in the Garden Variety Pack, Garden Warfare vets will have access to a new mode (Gnome Bomb), a new map (Chomp Town), and three new ability upgrades per class.

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From EA’s news release:

The Garden Variety Pack features 24 new ability upgrades, three for each class including Sunflower’s Solar Flare Beam, Chomper’s Super Goop which cements zombies in place and the All-Star Zombie’s Ultra Tackle. These upgrades give players even more load out options for battle in the fun-dead field. The Garden Variety Pack also introduces the explosive Gnome Bomb mode that challenges plants and zombies to work together to destroy each other’s reinforced garden or graveyard. Players can explore a new funtastic map, and encounter a band of fresh Pirate Zombies, such as the Map Pirate Zombie who shields himself with a treasure map, in Sharkbite Shores and Port Scallywag.

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The Garden Variety Pack will be available for Xbox 360 and Xbox One starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 18. Oh yeah, did I mention that it will be free? Yes, FREE!

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