A new milestone for me, PVZ Garden Warfare 10,000 Player Vanquishes.
Of course it only took 10 days of playing 24 hours non-stop. Now, that is a lot!!! of time played.
General Gameplay for Garden & Graveyards
Gardens & Graveyards is an objective Multiplayer game mode in Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare. Up to 12 Plants face up to 12 Zombies on a large, multi-section map. The objective of this game mode is for the Zombies team to attack five to six gardens and complete a final objective on the final base to win. The Plants team must defend the gardens and wait for the time to expire to win.
This game mode starts the clock with seven minutes (7:00). After every garden is captured, the clock resets to five minutes (5:00). If the clock runs out while a garden is being captured, the game will continue in overtime until the garden is captured or until all Zombies are removed.
Tips for playing Gardens & Graveyards
Spawnable Plants can be planted within glowing pots around the map. Use these as reinforcements to help your team. Remember, these can only be obtained in packs from the Sticker Shop, so use them wisely and remember to buy more in-between games if needed. Plant these in pots near the garden as a final line of defense.
Use the Cactus to set Potato Mines and the Chomper to set Spiked Grass near the Garden. This will either Vanquish or slow down enemy zombies. The Cactus can also set up Tallnut Battlements to slow down Spawnable Zombies.
Spawnable Zombies can be summoned from glowing dirt mounds around the map. Use these as reinforcements to help your team. Remember, these can only be obtained in packs from the Sticker Shop, so use them wisely and remember to buy more in-between games. A good strategy when playing as the Zombies is to overwhelm the target garden with a large number of Spawnable Zombies. Using the most common Zombie, the Browncoat, will overwhelm the Plants with many targets and won’t cost you any rare types.
In addition to Spawnable Zombies, the Engineer Zombie can build Zombot Turrets from glowing scrap piles. Their firepower can be upgraded twice by interacting with them, but the build time is much slower while upgrading.
Not only can Engineer Zombies build Zombot Turrets, but they can also build Teleporters. Broken down Teleporters can be found in one of two locations before every garden. They are marked by a purple wrench on the Engineer’s HUD. Interact with these broken down contraptions to fix them.
While the Teleporter is active a purple door will appear near the zombie base that instantly transports zombies to the Teleporter, which is much closer to the garden. Every zombie that uses the Teleporter will reward the Engineer that built it with 10 PvZ Coins. Be warned, Teleporters can be destroyed by Plant weapons. Make sure to build Zombot Turrets near the Teleporters to guard them.