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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 features six new class types

EA Games has revealed some new gameplay details on Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2

For the first time, Garden Warfare 2 will see the plants go on the attack in a brand new location – Zomburbia.

Usually its the undead that are on the rampage, but this time, the plants are coming to get them. About time too we think.

The game introduces six new class types ranging from past to future themes.

Garden Warfare 2 will also see a brand new four-player co-operative mode introduced, letting you play with more of your friends than ever.

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From the EA Games live gameplay demonstration we saw one of the new zombies, Captain Headboard fending off waves of plants, building up to a pretty meaty boss fight.

The zombies have tonnes of new tech at their disposal, making the gameplay more varied than ever.

Seeing as the original Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has become such a cult hit, we have no doubt the sequel is going to be more of the same.

In Garden Warfare 2 you can play with your friends or tackle any of the game modes in single-player or with a friend via split-screen co-op.

EA Games has also confirmed that you’ll be able to transfer all your existing zombies and plants from the original game.

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