Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare goes free-to-play for 72 hours

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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare goes free-to-play for 72 hours
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare can be played for free for 72 hours, provided you download it from Origin before August 25th.

Garden Warfare is the latest title to be featured in EA’s Game Time scheme, which provides players with a completely free 72 hour trial. The timer starts ticking down once you boot up the game for the first time and expires 72 hours later whether you’ve been playing or not. So, make sure you load it up when you think you’ll get a good run at the game. Previously, EA offered 168 hours of Battlefield 4 and 48 hours of Titanfall as part of Game Time promotions.

We took a look at Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare at the start of the year and found that it did justice to the universe during the transition. It’s a fun game with solid gameplay mechanics and plenty to unlock. So long as it maintains its strong online community, it’s certainly a game that gets recommended in our books.

You can downloadPlants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare on Origin now.



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