Super Comfy Town Builder Dwarrows Release Date Announced

Published: January 8, 2020 1:00 PM /


Dwarrows town overview

When I first saw The Lord of the Rings, I thought how cool it must have been to build The Shire. Well, you'll be able to do something similar yourself when the Dwarrows release date arrives next month.

In Dwarrows, players take on the role of one of three uniquely-skilled characters in a "peaceful and atmospheric world". You'll gather resources for the town in the surrounding area using these characters' abilities, but there's more to the game than that. The game was originally announced late last year.

You will, of course, also be able to add to your town. Discover new structures, build them, and watch as your little hamlet gets populated with all sorts of tiny fantasy folk. You can make friends with animals and even convince Wood Elves to join your town and help it grow.

This game isn't all about gathering up resources and building, though! (Not that there's anything wrong with that.) If you're the adventuring sort, you'll also be able to explore various ruins and other locations in search of mysterious lost artifacts. It won't be easy, though — there will be some pretty tricky puzzles along the way!

Dwarrows release date chopping tree

When is the Dwarrows Release Date?

So, if you've been totally sold on Dwarrows, you'll probably want to know when you can get it. The good news is that you're not going to be waiting very long: the Dwarrows release date is February 28, 2020. An Xbox One launch will be coming at a later, unannounced date.

No price has been announced for Dwarrows, but for now, you can add it to your wishlist on Steam. You'll be able to get Dwarrows for PC, Mac, and Linux on February 28, 2020.

What do you think of Dwarrows? Do you like chill building games or do you prefer them to be more intense? Let us know in the comments below!

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