Wargroove gets 'Double Trouble' story campaign in February, part of Xbox Game Pass

Wargroove (Image credit: Chucklefish)

What you need to know

  • Wargroove is a strategy game from Chucklefish.
  • It's getting a new story campaign on February 6.
  • Double Trouble introduces new Outlaw Commanders Wulfar and more.
  • You can download Wargroove for free as part of Xbox Game Pass.

Recently, a strategy game called Wargroove joined Xbox Game Pass. The description states that it's designed for up to four players. You have to choose your commander and wage turn-based war on battling factions. Wargroove is meant to be a social experience so you can easily design and share maps, cutscenes, and campaigns through the built-in editors and customization tools. The game has become surprisingly popular over the past few months and has quite the following.

According to a report by TrueAchievements, Wargroove is about to get some free content on February 6. You can take a look at an excerpt from the article below.

Wargroove is getting free DLC next month... Double Trouble's story campaign introduces new Outlaw Commanders Wulfar, Errol and Orla as well as the maleficent Vesper, and features a daring heist. The campaign can be played solo, online in co-op or in local couch co-op. The update brings two new units, the Thieves and the Riflemen. Thieves are extra sneaky units with low strength... Riflemen have powerful precise shots but limited ammo... Double Trouble also brings new Arcade missions and competitive online Quick Play maps, which will feature some of the community's best maps as voted on by the... team... Editor tools allow players to get even more granular with their custom campaigns, including modifying the damage that any unit or structure takes... Double Trouble arrives for free for all... on February 6.

Are you excited for the free Wargroove update? Let us know. As always, if you're playing it through Xbox Game Pass, you'll get the free update too.



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