If you happen to have EA Access, I highly recommend playing Garden Warfare

One again, it’s quite good

I keep forgetting about EA Access. Perhaps you can say the same.

It’s a $4.99-per-month service for Xbox One that gives unlimited access to select games from you-know-who along with other perks like early demos. One of my favorite titles this year, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, has joined The Vault, meaning it’s free to play for members.

EA Access probably won’t be your ideal place to experience Garden Warfare but, as ever, I do recommend experiencing it. It’s one of the strangest big-publisher shooters in years, and if you’re fed up with the same-y feel of traditional FPSs, you might just become a fan.

I’ve logged 86 hours into the PC version alone because, hey, I’m free to look like a lunatic sometimes, too! Speaking of which, need to try out the new Taco Bandits mode.

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Joins The Vault on EA Access [EA]

Jordan Devore
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