Wargroove looks like a tribute to classic tactical games like Advance Wars, with the added twist of an online multiplayer item. Developer Chucklefish has announced that you can play against your friends' cross-platform, but a console obviously lacks the composition.
IN tweet, the studio said you can play on computers, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, and the accompanying short video shows the functionality of the game. Remarkably absent PlayStation 4, which also received the game along with the others on February 1.
This is a familiar sight. Sony has long been away from a cross-game, but has only recently made a Fortnight mega-hit course. Even then, only after Microsoft and Nintendo have done something to irritate Sony about it together. However, it was set as a beta for functional testing, and Sony is still planning to resolve other games on a case-by-case basis. The missile league, long-sought for cross-game, has recently become the second game to use the functionality.
Sometimes your friends are not in the same faction as you, and that's good!
No need to start a war, keep your band together with a multiplayer platform game, PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One when Wargroove launches on February 1! pic.twitter.com/Z6svC6MyL7
– ⚔️ Wargroove (@WargrooveGame) January 25, 2019
Given all this, it's not surprising that Wargroove is not included, but Chucklefish is still not too sophisticated. Although it is targeted at several platforms for simultaneous marketing, it was given first place at the Nintendo Nintendo's presentation earlier this week.