Wanderlust: Transsiberian is a single-story standalone game in the acclaimed Wanderlust series. Embark on a trip to the easternmost reaches of Eurasia onboard the longest railway line in the world.
Get lost in Siberia.
App Store (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac): Apr. 2, 2020
Steam & GOG (Win, Mac, Linux): Apr. 9, 2020
There’s a tension between the two men boarding the Trans-Siberian railway in the fall 2010.
There’s 9,289 km to go from Moscow to Vladivostok, and it might be just enough time for them to finally start being honest with each other.
One of them is Henry, whom you might know from the original Wanderlust: Travel Stories. This time its all about family.
The Journey Continues
Transsiberian story sheds more light on one of the protagonists of the original game, and keeps the same minimalistic style, atmospheric audio direction, and bespoke photography by the members of the team.
From the monumental, imperial Moscow to the birch woods and lonely roads of Siberia, the story will take you to the heart of a country both unique and unknown.
A Bridge Between Literature and Gaming
Transsiberian is a book that you shape. If you’re seeking something a little bit different it is for you—and if you can read this, you have all you need to get started.
Take The First Step
The game is a great introduction to Wanderlust series — a glimpse of the landscapes ahead. You need about one hour to play this journey, and start planning the next one.