Monster Train release date on iOS

Monster Train release date on iOS

After the success of the game on PC and Nintendo Switch, the Monster Train release date on iOS has just been revealed by the studio Good Shepherd Entertainment. Let's discover together the principle of this card game with roguelike mechanics and the content expected in the mobile version.

An original roguelike deck-builder

Before revealing the Monster Train release date, let's quickly go over the gameplay of this title developed by Shiny Shoe and published by Good Shepherd Entertainment.

In Monster Train, you control a three-floors train that travels through a fantasy world populated by various enemies. Each floor will be the scene of a confrontation and the difficulty lies in the fact that you have to manage the battles simultaneously.

To do this, you'll need to use strategy to make the most of your cards, taking into account the abilities and factions of each. Along the way, you'll unlock new cards, but also upgrades and items to help you develop your strategy.

The Monster Train mobile version includes The Last Divinity DLC, which alone costs 9.99 dollars and adds a new hero faction and a new end boss.

Monster Train release date on mobile

With the appearance of the game's page on the App Store, we were able to discover the Monster Train release date on iOS, scheduled for October 27, 2022. For the moment, we have no information about the Android version.

Monster Train release date on iOS: gameplay

However, according to the developers' statements last March, several versions were in development. We can therefore expect a Android release. It remains to be seen whether it will arrive at the same time as on iOS or a little later.

While waiting for the Monster Train release date on iOS, you can already pre-order it for 9.99 dollars on the App Store. The most impatient among you can always discover the game on Steam. And to stay informed of the latest releases, I invite you to regularly check our page of new mobile games on iOS and Android.

Alco A fan of video games, SF, comics, cinema and new technologies, he is a bit of a geek cliché, but he assumes it.

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