Following a rather lengthy absence, strategy games in the vein of Advance Wars are experiencing something of a renaissance. A reimagining of the first two installments in the Advance Wars series, which were originally released for the Game Boy Advance, will be made available by Nintendo on April 21 under the title Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp.
As it turns out, fans of strategy games may also look forward to a new Wargroove title, as Chucklefish, the game’s publisher, has announced that a sequel to the Advance Wars-inspired game would be released in 2019.
Wargroove 2 Release Date Is Not Confirmed Yet
The release date for Wargroove 2 has not been set as of yet, but when it is ready, the game will be accessible on Nintendo Switch and on personal computers through Steam. This time around, the development responsibilities have been taken on by Robotality, a studio that is most well-known for its work on 2019’s Pathway.
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According to the information provided on the Steam page for Wargroove 2, the upcoming sequel will provide players with new factions and forces to command, in addition to three single-player campaigns to finish. In addition to that, Chucklefish is offering a roguelike mode.
In addition, it has been announced that the game would arrive with an improved level editor that will give players the ability to design their own campaigns, cutscenes, and maps.
If you haven’t tried out the first iteration of the game yet, you can get Wargroove for 70 percent off on Steam right now. This is the greatest price reduction Chucklefish has ever made available for this game.
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