Wargroove Plans Updates to Fix Bugs and Make Game Faster

Wargroove Plans Updates to Fix Bugs and Make Game Faster

DLC and expansions also planned.

Wargroove, a new tactics game in the vein of Advance Wars, was released last week, and developer Chucklefish has released a roadmap for upcoming content patches and DLC. This includes details for some immediate bug fixes coming to Wargroove very soon.

Chucklefish broke down the coming Wargroove updates into three phases, "Really Short Term," "Short Term," and "Long Term." While there are no release dates for any of the fixes, the most immediate updates are already submitted for approval.

The first batch of updates will focus on bug fixes and small improvements such as a fix for a bug that sometimes crashes online multiplayer matches against AI, a bug fix for spectating online Fog of War games, a bug fix for resigning matches, and a display fix for some Japanese and Chinese characters.

Further out are fixes for more requested changes. One of them is the ability to skip battle scenes more quickly, something Wargroove is very much in need of. Other changes will streamline the speed of the game and offer more information on how to acquire certain rank achievements. Chucklefish says it is continuously listening to player feedback for further improvements down the line.

Lastly, Chucklefish says that it's planning larger content updates, DLC and more. Details will be shared at a later date, but hopefully this means more story content or additional factions for the future. As it stands Wargroove could benefit from a few more COs.

Wargroove is Chucklefish's take on the Advance Wars-style strategy games and succeeds in replicating a lot of what made Intelligent Systems' war games so great. Our review praised Wargroove's robust features which will hopefully expand as more updates are released.

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