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Post news RSS Let's Talk about Pandemic Train - Beta tests finish & Release date update

hanks to all who found some time to play and leave your feedback! Many of your comments opened our eyes to some of the game's problems and things that need to be fixed before its release. Therefore...

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Dear Survivors,

Beta tests ended a little while ago.


Thanks to all who found some time to play and leave your feedback! Many of your comments opened our eyes to some of the game's problems and things that need to be fixed before its release. Therefore...


Pandemic Train will arrive a bit later

We want to address many of your notes and complaints. You've pointed out some stuff about combat that worried us greatly, as well as asked for more train management. We need to think it through and work out some new systems. Pandemic Train is supposed to engage you on many levels, and we don't want to destroy that element by releasing this game too early. That's why we've decided to move its launch a bit. We'll try our best to release the game in 2023, however, we want to give you the best possible game and your feedback shows us there's still a lot of room for improvement.


The changes are coming into effect at a dizzying pace, and we will soon show them to you, but in the meantime, let's take a peek at what has been happening with us so far!

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March events: PAX in Boston

As some of you may know, we participated in two big events happening in March. First was PAX East in Boston, where you had a chance to play Pandemic Train at our stand. It was amazing to see your emotions while playing and then get to talk with you live about your experience with the game. Especially since many of you were asking about a co-op for Pandemic Train... To be clear, it's not in our plans at the moment, but if you will like the single-player version after its release, we may think about features like that.


Big thanks to all who stepped by our booth and spent some time on our Pandemic Train.



March events: GDC in San Francisco

At the same time, another Pandemic Train team member attended Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. It was very eventful and full of meetings with amazing people who've heard about our game! What's more, our representative attended different workshops, including some about storytelling, game design, and designing moral dilemmas in games. As you may guess, the last one will be especially important when it comes to Pandemic Train, as this is exactly what many of you expect to find in our game the most.

(In the photo above, you can see the famous tourist attraction of San Francisco - cable cars! Not exactly a train, we know, but close enough to show you a piece of this city!)

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A little nugget of wisdom for today:

"May the wrong trains always take you to the right places."


Pandemic Train team

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