During the Nintendo Direct today a release date for Chucklefish’s Wargroove 2 was announced. The game will be coming to Nintendo Switch and PC on October 5th, 2023.  Pre-orders are up today with a discount of 20% off the normal price of $19.99 over on Steam and Nintendo Europe and America eShops,

The new  Wargroove 2 trailer shown today introduced a new faction as well, The Faahri Republic.  This nation of curious mouse-folk have landed in Aurania on a expedition. What they lack in military brawn, they more than make up for with better tech. Using mysterious crystal technology they will cause a lot of issues for the other factions in this land.

About Wargroove 2
Trouble stirs on the shores of Aurania. An ambitious new faction has unearthed forbidden relics capable of catastrophic consequences. But how far will they go to achieve glory? Take to the battlefield, sea, and sky with a cast of new Commanders, using your wits to wage turn-based war!

  • An all-new Wargroove adventure for new recruits and veteran wardogs alike!

  • Return to the frontline with new Commanders, as mysterious new factions join the fight

  • Supercharge your Commander’s Groove with a newly updated Groove system

  • Follow three new Campaign arcs, interwoven in a fierce conclusion

  • Battle with or against your friends in Co-Op & Multiplayer mode, locally or online for up to four players

  • Put your strategic abilities to the test with a new roguelike mode – Conquest!

  • Develop new tactics with five new unit types to master

  • Level-up ordinary units by picking up special items

  • Battle after dark with new night mode

  • Get more creative than ever with new & improved map, campaign & cutscene editors

  • Captivating soundtrack written by composer Dale North (River City Girls 1 & 2, RWBY Arrowfell, Alchemic Cutie)


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