The first episode was a very fun multiplayer experience, the challenge for this sequel was to add more content, let's see how it did.
Technically the game didn't evolve much and what was okay in 2014 is under the average of 2016 game, the loading times are a bit long but at least there is no disconnection problems or any major issue for that matter.
Gameplay wise the multiplayer is still one of the best in this generation with 6 new classes that won't break the balance of the battlefield and are as fun as the originals. But one of the big selling point of this sequel was also the addition of a solo campaign, and that point was a let down, yes you can play in solo but it's the same maps than the multiplayer and there is absolutely no effort in the level design of these "solo ops", there's no story neither, it could (and should) have been must better, there's still room for improvement in that domain.
In conclusion Garden Warfare is still a very fun game that I would advise it to anyone looking for a nice multiplayer experience but don't get fooled by the marketing and don't buy the game for the solo mode. Collapse