Wargroove's Co-Op Update Is Live On All Platforms–Except PS4, For Now

Developer Chucklefish has announced that Wargroove’s latest update, Double Trouble, is out now as a free download for Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One. The PlayStation 4 version is said to be “coming soon.” Double Trouble introduces a bevy of new content to the critically acclaimed tactics game, including a co-op campaign, extra commanders, more arcade missions, additions to the customer editor, and more.

About 15 hours of story content has been added to Wargroove. This new story campaign can be played in both single- and multiplayer, and lets you take control of the Outlaw faction. The Outlaws come with three new roguish commanders: Wulfar, twins Errol and Orla, and Vesper. Each commander comes equipped with their own groove abilities, giving you more tactical options on the battlefield. Check out the launch trailer below.

Double Trouble also comes with 15 new arcade missions, more competitive online quick play maps, and public and private multiplayer lobbies. A new volcano-themed map has been added to the custom editor and other editing tools–unit modifiers, gizmos, counters, and more–are now available for creative use.

Wargroove launched in February 2019 before making its way to PS4 in July 2019. The tactical turn-based RPG received critical praise when it release, scoring a number of nominations and accolades. In our Wargroove review, we awarded the game an 8/10, saying, “Chucklefish could have offered up a prettied-up take on Advance Wars with online multiplayer and called it a day. Instead, it’s made meaningful improvements that make this both a satisfying answer to starved Advance Wars fans’ wishes and a genuinely great experience on its own merits.”

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