• Train Sim World Rapid Transit Available For Pre-Order

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    Train Sim World®: Rapid Transit is an all new First-Person Simulator that brings to life the experience of driving rapid transit commuter passenger trains on one of Germany's most popular S-Bahn railways. Take control of the sleek DB BR 1442 'Talent 2' and transport passengers along the S-Bahn S2-Line through the historic and picturesque city of Leipzig.

    You've been invited to work for Deutsche Bahn as a driver on one of Germany's distinctive S-Bahn railways. Navigating the busy S-Bahn will require you to master the layout of the route and the functions and systems of your train as well as Deutsche Bahn's unique signalling system. With thousands of passengers to transport on-time, your skill, focus and endurance will be tested to the limit!

    Experience a full 'day-in-the-life' in Service Mode, which features the recreation of an entire 24-hour timetable based on real-world activities. Hop on and off a range of services as they carry out their duties. Take control or ride along, the choice is yours.

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    Powered by Dovetail Games' proprietary SimuGraph® vehicle dynamics engine and Unreal Engine 4® technology, Train Sim World uses real-world data to accurately replicate the performance, sounds and feel of real trains.

    Catering for players of all ability levels with accessible tutorials for beginners and advanced procedures for experts. Feel the detail as you step into the cab, take control then live out your dreams exploring the highly detailed and immersive environment in Rapid Transit!

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    2 Comments
    1. NorthernWarrior's Avatar
      NorthernWarrior -
      Looks nice is about the best that can be said.

      We already know from CSX and GWE that "Simu-graph" gives what can politely be described as arcade physics, no better than DCC in Trainz.

      The Germans will rip this to pieces if the signaling etc. implementation is even slightly off.

      Discussion on the English language forums has already flat-lined so I can't see this being that popular outside of Germany. If N3V wanted a big hitter for their European effort, they should have taken an iconic route from Germany (Rhine Valley) or Switzerland (Gotthard) and set it in the early 80's with classic traction and everything from TEE trains to humdrum local services with 4 - 5 coaches of older stock.
    1. sumitsingh's Avatar
      sumitsingh -
      I have seen on Steam, there are mostly negative comments about the game.
      But let's see what in in DTG's mind.
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