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In a blog post this week, Chucklefish went into detail regarding what it has planned for the future of Wargroove. A “major” 2.0 update is currently in the works that will add new content, a few new features, and new Map Editor options.

Here’s the full rundown:

Chucklefish announced yesterday that the story-driven adventure Timespinner is coming to Switch next Tuesday. View some early footage in the video below.

Chucklefish has announced that it is bringing Timespinner to Switch. The time-travelling action-platformer, inspired by classic 90s action-platformers, launches on June 4.

Here’s an overview of Timespinner, along with a trailer:

Chucklefish is now distributing another update for Wargroove on Switch. Version 1.2.4 is live, which includes a number of fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Chucklefish has announced that a new update for Wargroove will be issued tomorrow. With version 1.2.0, various quality of life improvements will be implemented.

The official patch notes are as follows:

As previously announced, Chucklefish has long-term plans for Wargroove with future updates and content. This week, the studio showed off what’s coming in the immediate future with a quality-of-life / community feedback patch.

Here’s the rundown of what’s planned:

In an official blog post today, Chucklefish outlined future plans for Wargroove.

The first thing on the horizon is a patch that will address a few different bugs. After that will be “a number of quality of life fixes” that is also coming soon. Chucklefish also reconfirmed that it’s looking into “a larger content update, DLC and more.”

Here’s the full post from the developer:

Chucklefish recently hosted a Reddit AMA in which the team discussed future plans for the game and more. This included confirmation regarding free content updates and DLC.

Here’s the roundup of some of the more interesting comments:

Wargroove is finally making its debut today, and can be found on Switch as a digital download. We have the official launch trailer from Chucklefish below.

Two years after its initial announcement, Wargroove is almost here. The first reviews are starting to come in, and we’ve rounded up some of the early verdicts below.