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The era of bland, uneventful sims is over. Derail Valley is a train simulator focused on immersion, career gameplay and player freedom. Operate controls with your own hands, go anywhere, choose jobs and deliver a variety of cargo between industries in a vast open world! Shunt or haul dozens of cargo types modeled after a realistic industry chain, spread across 256 km. Use the hard earned money to unlock licenses, refuel and service locomotives, or even buy new ones! Beware, trains can derail spectacularly if driven recklessly. Derail Valley is developed by a small team, with full VR and nonVR support and represents a major upgrade to the award-winning 2016 prototype.
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