Wargroove Double Trouble DLC adds new commanders and co-op campaign

Wargroove's Double Trouble DLC releases on February 6, with PS4 following soon after.

A free DLC for Wargroove called Double Trouble will be released on February 6 for PC, Switch and Xbox One with PS4 to follow soon after.

The DLC, which is definitely free, will introduce some more co-op-focused gameplay which includes a new story campaign revolving around three new commanders for the Outlaws. Beefy Wulfar, mischievous twins Errol and Orla, and Vesper (who at the moment is shrouded in mystery but she does seem to have a whip which is cool by us). Ok, technically that's four but the twins seem small so they stand on each other's shoulders and count as one or something.

Other goodies in the free update include extra units and a bunch of changes to how online things work in the indie RTS from pixel wizards Chucklefish. There's a quick play playlist of competitive online maps, some of which you lot have made, and there's new tools for making campaigns and maps and all the things the in-built Editor lets you do.

A full list of the content added in the DLC follows:

  • A brand new Co-Op Story Campaign (can be played couch co-op, online co-op or solo)
  • 3 New Roguish Commanders
  • 2 New Units: Thieves and Riflemen
  • New Arcade missions
  • Competitive online Quick Play maps (including some of the community’s most competitive maps)
  • Public and Private Multiplayer Lobbies (you can now also play custom campaigns online)
  • New Volcano map theme and more updates to the custom Editor tools
  • Outlaw music tracks, composed by Phonetic Hero

You can find out more about even more of the changes coming in the Double Trouble DLC update by checking out the balance changes for units, and what's new in the Editor in Chucklefish's blog post.

Wargroove Double Trouble DLC is free and releases on February 6 for Xbox One, PC and Switch. There's no release date for the PS4 version yet but there'll be news on that soon, so keep your eye on the Chucklefish Twitter or other official outlets.

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