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Wargroove Delayed to 2019

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Chucklefish’s turn-based tactical video game Wargroove has been delayed to Q1 2019.

According to the development team, the final stages of development are underway. They are preparing for final QA, followed by multiple platform submissions. The delay was made to “provide players with a really robust package when the big day comes.”

The final release of the game will put the spotlight on its Skirmish Mode, which will include 30+ two-player PVP maps, 10+ three player PVP maps, & 6+ four player PVP maps. An Arcade Mode, Campaign Mode with more than 33 missions, and Puzzle Mode will be included as well. Both Map and Campaign Creation will be available as well.

To go alongside this news, a new trailer has been released that features a number of the characters from the game.

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The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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