Bounty Train Summary
Be Hijacked In Bounty Train When It Leaves Early Access After May 16
It may not be the transport simulator we usually talk about, but it makes a case for itself by being set in the ol' West. Bounty Train releases out of Early Access come May 16.
Steam Early Access train sim Bounty Train gets first major update
Daedelic Entertainment has announced that Corbie Games' train sim, Bounty Train, will be getting its first major update. The sim has been in Steam Early Access since last August 2015, and is due to have its official launch in Q2 2016. The major changes in the update include a new day/night cycle, new random events, cabin customization, character loadouts, and a bunch of bug fixes
Rogue-like train sim Bounty Train hits Steam Early Access next month
Fresh from announcing Viking strategy game Valhalla Hills, publisher Daedalic Entertainment has revealed another new game that it's bringing to Steam Early Access this year. Developed by Corbie Games, Bounty Train is a blend of train simulation and rogue-like strategy, and sees players attempt to guide a steam train packed with gold across the dangerous American frontier of the 1860s.
Daedalic bring strategy Bounty Train and rogue-likes Valhalla Hills and Skyhill to E3
An open-world train RTS, a rogue-like building sim and a noir survival rogue-like are on their way to E3 2015 next week courtesy of Daedalic Entertainment. It's quite an interesting little mix. Corbie Games' open-world Bounty Train is the train-based strategy teased as blending the American Frontier, the Wild West, FTL and Pirates! set during the American Civil War. That's quite a tall order, especially when we can 'save Abraham Lincoln'.