Wargroove seems to be an homage to traditional ways video games like Advance Wars, with the added twist of a web based multiplayer aspect. Developer Chucklefish introduced you could play in opposition to your folks cross-platform, however one console is conspicuously lacking from the line-up.
In a tweet, the studio mentioned you may play throughout PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One, and an accompanying quick video clip reveals the cross-play performance. Notably absent is PlayStation 4, which can be receiving the sport alongside the others on February 1.
This is a well-known sight. Sony has counted itself out from cross-play for a very long time, solely just lately reversing course for the mega-hit Fortnite. Even then it was solely after Microsoft and Nintendo made some extent of teasing Sony about it together. Still, this was posed as a beta to check the performance, and Sony continues to be solely planning to permit different video games on a case-by-case foundation. Rocket League, lengthy requested for cross-play, only recently became the second game to make use of the performance.
Sometimes your folks aren’t in the identical faction as you, and that is okay!
No want to begin a warfare, preserve your band along with multiplayer cross-platform play on PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, when Wargroove launches on February 1st! pic.twitter.com/Z6svC6MyL7
— ⚔️ Wargroove (@WargrooveGame) January 25, 2019
Given all that, it is unsurprising that Wargroove is not included, however Chucklefish continues to be not-too-subtly pointing it out. Though it is focusing on a number of platforms for simultaneous launch, it was given a first-rate spot on Nintendo’s “Nindies” presentation earlier this week, the place the discharge date of February 1 was introduced.