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The Story of Jozic a Rail Route story coming soon

the story of jozic a rail route free to play story coming for the game on linux mac windows pc

The Story of Jozic a Rail Route free to play story coming for the game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the folks over at Bitrich.info. Due to release, as stated, completely free on Steam.

The first horse-drawn railway began its journey in what is now the Czech Republic. The first locomotive pulled railway followed. The story of Rail Route: The Story of Jozic also takes place in the Czech Republic. Since it is the home of the Bitrich.info development studio. The totally free simulation puts players in the role of a train dispatcher. As well as a mysterious mentor Jozic who instructs them in the art of dispatching.

The Story of Jozic is full of locations that Prague residents will know immediately. Those who have already been to Prague will have fond memories of their visit. While new and old stations can be discovered and you can unlock your own favorite station. Which hopefully also allows for the most efficient network. Prague and railway fans can look forward to a unique experience on the game’s authentic map.

Rail Route: The Story of Jozic – Cinematic Trailer

The Story Features:

  • A fully voiced story featuring multiple unique characters and illustrated cutscenes.
  • A full tutorial that allows players to fully immerse themselves in Rail Route.
  • The new ability to choose different dialogue options.
  • Hidden stories, easter eggs, and many hidden paths!

While the Story of Jozic aims to spotlight not only the city of Prague. But also the work of dispatchers anywhere in the world. Since this is an important profession that Zdeněk Doležal, one of the developers, perceives vastly overlooked. Especially in the world of railway simulations.

Rail Route: The Story of Jozic is coming to Steam on June 21st. Doing so as a completely free to play experience, with a Demo available now as part of the Steam Next Fest. Also with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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