Have you been wondering if Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was worth playing, but you didn't want to plunk down $ 30 on it? You're in luck! EA has dropped the game game's price down to $ 19.99, providing fence-sitters with 10 additional reasons to check out the oddball shooter.
The news came via the game's official Twitter account, which got right to the point:
— Plants vs. Zombies (@PlantsvsZombies) May 18, 2015
The game has gone on sale several times since it was released over a year ago, but this marks a permanent price cut. We didn't lose our minds on the game when it was released, but it's worth checking it out. EA CEO Andrew Wilson apparently agrees, saying in a recent earnings call that more Garden Warfare is in the works for 2016, and that further details would be coming at this year's E3. In other words, think of this price drop as a seed to grow the fanbase.
Twenty dollars isn't half bad, but it's tough to compete with free. Still, this is a good way to grab the game if you missed out on the PlayStation Experience promotion last December. Full disclosure: We had a bumper crop of equally groan-worthy headlines ready, too, but we try and keep to a one-pun limit.