Wargroove's DLC 'Double Trouble' is Launching August 4, Features Cross-Play

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Wargroove's DLC 'Double Trouble' is Launching August 4, Features Cross-Play

August 3, 2020

By: Patrick Perrault

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Developer
Chucklefish
Publisher
Chucklefish
Release Date
February 1, 2019 (Calendar)
Genre
Strategy
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Wargroove, a turn-based strategy title that TechRaptor and pretty much everyone else liked, will see its Double Trouble DLC come to the PS4, along with cross-play support between all platforms.

Wargroove: Double Trouble will see its outlaw-themed co-op campaign that shows off its Thief and Rifleman unit gameplay arrive on the PS4, as well as new commanders such as the mighty Wulfar, terrible twins Errol and Orla, and the productively evil Vesper.

“We're very happy to finally complete our vision of one big happy Wargroove community as PS4 Wargroove players can now play with those on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC! From the very beginning, we knew that the multiplayer aspect of Wargroove was a huge part of the experience, and that it made the game very suitable for cross-play amongst all platforms.

This became even more important with the release of Double Trouble and its co-op campaign, and we felt that it wouldn't be right to bring it to the platform without cross-play support. Our thanks to the Blitworks team who has been working on bringing the DLC to PS4. Thanks for your patience, and hope you'll have fun!” said Wargroove’s Lead Programmer and Chucklefish CTO, Rodrigo Braz Monteiro.

Cross-play is coming to all platforms, which includes the PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. Players will be able to play competitive and cooperative multiplayer, as well as share community-made maps between friends online. There will also be a new public and private lobby system for PS4 players, which should make it a lot easier to get into an online match.

What do you think of this news? Have you tried Wargroove? Have you kept playing it after its launch? Let us know in the comments!

 
 

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