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    DTG NEC New York For Train Sim World

    Bite the Big Apple in Train Sim World®: Northeast Corridor New York! Can you navigate this busy route through sprawling yards and stations full of impatient passengers? Can you keep on schedule to deliver essential freight across one of the greatest cities in the world? We're looking for the best operators as Train Sim World® arrives in New York!

    Train Sim World®: Northeast Corridor New York is an all new First-Person Simulator that brings to life the experience of driving passenger and freight trains on the Northeast Corridor in New York. Transport passengers in the state-of-the-art Amtrak ACS-64 and serve the city in the CSX GP38-2 freight locomotive in and around New York.

    Go to work as an engineer on one of America's most famous railroads. Navigating the busy Northeast Corridor will require you to master the rail network and the functions and systems of your trains as well as navigating the numerous stations and sprawling yards. With impatient passengers to transport on-time and freight to deliver, 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.

    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.

    Train Sim World®: Northeast Corridor New York caters 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 Northeast Corridor New York!

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    2 Comments
    1. rt35ge's Avatar
      rt35ge -
      "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."

      Well, they are in dreamland with that statement!!
    1. NorthernWarrior's Avatar
      NorthernWarrior -
      Another short, dull route set in modern day era with "simugraph" physics that makes Trainz 2004 look better in that department!
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