Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare delayed by a week

It's not sow bad.

EA's Plants vs. Zombies spin-off Garden Warfare will now launch on 27th February in Europe, the publisher has announced.

That's a week later than the previously-announced 20th February date.

North America will see the third-person shooter a couple of days earlier, on 25th February.

Those dates refer to the game's Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions, which Microsoft has secured as timed exclusives.

A PC edition is also coming, while a PlayStation 4 version was spotted via a ratings board listing.

Xbox One will get an exclusive Boss Mode, however, which uses Kinect and SmartGlass functionality to let you control either Crazy Dave or the evil Doctor Zomboss - as voiced by Russell Brand.

Other game types include Garden Ops, which see up to four players facing bosses such as the Yeti Zombie and Giga-Gargantuar and two 12 vs. 12 modes - the base-defending Garden & Graveyards and team deathmatch offering Team Vanquish.

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