Wargroove: Double Trouble Free DLC Launches February 6

Chucklefish have announced the release date for Wargroove DLC, Wargroove: Double Trouble.

Double Trouble is a free DLC pack that adds a new co-op campaign focused on the Outlaw faction. It also introduces three new Commanders, two new units, new Arcade missions, competitive online Quick Play maps, as well as public and private multiplayer lobbies. In addition updates to the Editor tools include a new volcano map theme, and more.

You can find the rundown (via the Steam) below:

Team up and lead the Outlaw faction to strategic victory, with new criminal Commanders in Wargroove: Double Trouble!

Wargroove: Double Trouble adds a brand new co-op enabled campaign story which introduces Outlaw Commanders; the mighty Wulfar, troublemaker twins Errol and Orla, as well as the maleficent Vesper.

After an unexpected kidnapping and some severe ransom demands, your group of rogues have no choice but to perform the biggest heist that Aurania has ever seen – plundering riches from the Imperial Palace of Heavensong, Stone Mountain Fort of Felheim, the Celandine Vault of Cherrystone and the Floran’s Iron Roots reserves. But do you have the chops to get the job done?

It won’t be easy, but at least you’ll have two new units at your command – Thieves and Riflemen! Take tactical advantage of these new recruits, sending forth your Thief to ransack enemy gold and carefully positioning your Rifleman to take out enemy troops.


  • Brand new Co-Op Story Campaign (can be played couch co-op, online co-op or even solo)
  • 3 New Roguish Commanders
  • 2 New Units – Thieves & Riflemen!
  • New Arcade missions
  • Competitive online Quick Play maps
  • Public and Private Multiplayer Lobbies
  • New Volcano map theme and more updates to the custom Editor tools
  • Outlaw music tracks, composed by PhoneticHero
  • And more!

Wargroove: Double Trouble launches February 6th on Windows PC (via Humble Bundle, and Steam), Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and later on PlayStation 4.

Wargroove has been available for Windows PC (via Humble Bundle, and Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In case you missed it, you can find our review for the base game here (we highly recommend it!).

Frank Streva


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