Choo-Choo Charles has a release date set down with Choo-Choo Charles coming for us before the end of the year
The game that caught the eyes of so many before, Choo-Choo Charles, looks like it is going to be catch us all even more as we have a release date. It felt like it was going to take a while for this one to come out with how recent Two Star Games dropped it out there for us, but the PC will soon have more frights for us. Even if it does miss the Halloween time for us all, we can look for Choo-Choo Charles to drop on us on December 9th of this year. Not too shabby and I know I am ready to let this horror live rent-free in my head during that time of the year.
To go along with this new release date for Choo-Choo Charles, we have a little more to look at for the game that shows off more of the intense parts of the game. We are going to have to venture out from the safety of our own train to go collect weapons, ammo, and upgrades for it all. Not to mention go about the sub-plot of the cult that surrounds Choo-Choo Charles and all of the horrors it is placing on the lands. All of this is rather impressive for the small team working on it all, so keep that in mind before you try to nitpick anything about the animation of the NPCs out there. I can already hear some of you complaining about that instead of looking at how amazing the rest of it all is going to flow.
Choo-Choo Charles — Release Date
Choo-Choo Charles is coming to Windows on Steam on December 9, 2022!
Was it expected that we were going to be waiting longer for Choo-Choo Charles or is this the nice surprise we all needed here? Do you think we will see some updates along the line that will amp up the other assets in the game or will that just be part of the charm? How long do you think it is going to take to get through the story of the game? Feel free to tell us all what you are thinking down in the comments and then let the discussion fly. If we have more to share for Choo-Choo Charles, know that we will share it with you all here. Please keep checking back in for all of that and much, much more.