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Choo-Choo Charles will arrive at platform Steam in two months


The titular Choo-Choo Charles

Choo-Choo Charles, the open-world survival horror train simulation game, will be out on PC in December.

You may remember the game from a year ago when it first appeared on the Steam store.

Developer Two Star Games announced the release date for Choo-Choo Charles over the weekend, with an accompanying trailer.


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Choo-Choo Charles – Release Date Trailer.

The new trailer shows off a closer look at the gameplay. Quite appropriately, it opens with screams of “Charles!” and “I dont want to die!” from those fleeing from the titular evil spider train. From there, were shown some of the train combat, on-foot stealthing and lockpicking.

The trailer also introduces Candice, John and Daryl, who aid the protagonist in upgrading their train and fighting Charles.

Two Star Games, run by solo indie dev Gavin Eisenbeisz, stated the games initial release will be for PC only, but a release on consoles is “certainly on [his] radar”.

I am equally excited and horrified by this game. It looks like a good laugh, but I have to echo what Wes wrote last year – trains shouldnt do this sort of thing. Thanks to Charles spider-body, he can roam freely around the environment. Thats just not natural for a train.

Choo-Choo Charles is scheduled for release on 9th December on Steam. Eisenbeisz wrote he can “safely say” the game will hit its release date, as its “well into its beta phase” and is nearly complete. Actually, maybe the scariest thing a train could do is arrive on time.

A horror game where you navigate an open-world island in an old train, upgrade it over time, and use it to fight an evil spider train named Charles. Wishlist Choo-Choo Charles on Steam to be notified when it releases on December 9, 2022! (Link in comments) pic.twitter.com/ff7ZWgitWX

— Two Star (@TwoStarGames) October 8, 2022


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