Chucklefish has already submitted the first patch for Wargroove to Nintendo. The game launched over the weekend, but the developers were busy with post-launch bug fixes reported by eager fans.

An update on the official Wargroove blog thanked fans for their continued support. Aside from bug fixes, the blog also listed both short and long term goals for the team.

Bug Fixes
  • Fix bug that caused online multiplayer maps against AI to sometimes go into a broken state.
  • Fix bug that caused spectating online on Fog of War maps to not work correctly.
  • Fix bug that caused issues around resigning on matches.
  • Fix the display of some Japanese and Chinese characters.
Short Term Goals

Most of these are focused around quality of life improvements that have been asked for through social media. Chiefly among the requests is the ability to skip through battle sequences quickly. They’re cute the first time you see them but become tiresome over the course of a 30+ turn game.

Good on Chucklefish for listening to feedback from fans about the game.

  • The ability to skip battle scenes more quickly. With various options on how this will work.
  • The ability to force fast map movement to ‘always on’.
  • Tooltips and more info for the effective/vulnerable charts.
  • In multiplayer, the host will be able to fill open spots with CPU players.
  • Display S rank requirements. (Tip for now, it’s always based on number of turns.)
  • Make it more difficult to accidentally end a turn.
  • Multiplayer Lobby improvements
  • Various bug fixes
Long Term Goals

Right now Chuckle is focusing on fixing bugs and making quality of life improvements, but there is more in the works for the game. The devs say they’re looking into larger content updates, DLC, and more. No info on that at this time, but the post says fans should be pleasantly surprised.

Do you have feedback about the game? The devs are actively seeking feedback from fans who are enjoying the game. Reddit, Discord, Community Forums, and Twitter are all monitored.

Specifically, the devs want to know how fans feel about the difficulty of the game and if you should be able to earn 3 stars on missions at lower difficulty settings.

Curious about Wargroove? It’s a turn-based strategy game that takes a lot of inspiration from Advance Wars and Tactics Ogre. It’s $19.99 on the Nintendo eShop right now. (A PS4 version is in the works.)

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