Wargroove, a turn-based strategy game in the vein of Advance Wars, received free DLC earlier this year–but only on Switch, Xbox One, and PC. The Double Trouble expansion, which added a co-op campaign, was missing from Sony’s system back in February, but now, six months later, that has been rectified.
The Double Trouble update has come to the PS4 version of Wargroove, adding a new, lengthy campaign, three new Commanders, two new units, and several other features to the game. Developer Chucklefish says that the campaign takes about 15 hours to complete, and it supports both couch and online co-op.
The DLC also contains new arcade missions, a volcano map theme, and new music.
Furthermore, the PS4 version now finally has cross-play. This feature was available at launch for the Switch, Xbox One, and PC versions, but PS4 players missed out until now. This means that players diving into the DLC will be able to team up with their friends on other systems.
“We’re very happy to finally complete our vision of one big happy Wargroove community as PS4 Wargroove players can now play with those on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC,” Wargroove lead programmer Rodrigo Braz Monteiro said in a statement. “Thanks for your patience, and hope you’ll have fun!”
Wargroove received an 8/10 in GameSpot’s review, well before the free DLC launched. “Chucklefish could have offered up a prettied-up take on Advance Wars with online multiplayer and called it a day,” wrote reviewer Chris Pereira. “Instead, it’s made meaningful improvements that make this both a satisfying answer to starved Advance Wars fans’ wishes and a genuinely great experience on its own merits.”