Chucklefish and Roboticity today released the highly anticipated turn-based strategy sequel, Wargroove 2. Get ready for battle because Wargroove 2 is now available for PC and Nintendo Switch.
Wargroove 2 builds on the original game’s charming pixel graphics and challenging turn-based combat, offering new commanders, new game modes and three new interlocking campaigns. Players can use Wargroove 2’s new supercharged groove system to fight for them and test their tactical skills in an all-new roguelike game mode, Conquest.
Take on a brand new playable faction, the Republic of Faahri. Landing in Aurania on a scientific expedition, this curious mouse race may have no military experience, but they more than make up for it with their mysterious crystal technology and unparalleled intelligence.
About Wargroove 2
Unrest prevails on the coast of Ornia. An ambitious new team discovers forbidden relics that could have disastrous consequences. But how far will they go to achieve fame and glory? Take on a range of new commanders on the battlefield, at sea and in the air, and use your wits to lead turn-based battles!
A brand new wargrove adventure for new recruits and experienced wardogs alike!
Return to the front lines with new commanders as mysterious new factions join the fray
Use the newly revamped groove system to supercharge your commander’s groove and change the outcome on the battlefield.
Three new campaign arcs woven together in a violent conclusion
Co-op and multiplayer modes, for up to four players to fight locally or online
A brand new roguelike mode – win
Five new unit types to master and fight. Use newly discovered tactics to turn the tide of battle
More creativity than ever with new and improved map, campaign and cutscene editors
Enchanting soundtrack by composer Dale North (River City Girls 1 & 2, RWBY Aerofel, Alchemic QT)
Wargroove 2 launches today for PC and Nintendo Switch priced at £16.75 / €19.49 / $19.99.
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