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    Quote Originally Posted by dphorton View Post
    May so but it might still be relevant, do you think?

    Relevant to the fact that the transition to UE4 won't happen this year? Possibly, even though that post was made in 2014.
    Relevant to 2017 as Rich mentioned? Can you point out how?

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    Whatever you think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old_Codger View Post
    Relevant to the fact that the transition to UE4 won't happen this year? Possibly, even though that post was made in 2014.
    Until DTG announce officially that they are not going ahead with creating a UE4 version of their Train Simulator and if they are will no longer support TS-2016 with updates and DLCs, there is no point discussing this any further !

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTODAD View Post

    Until DTG announce officially that they are not going ahead with creating a UE4 version of their Train Simulator and if they are will no longer support TS-2016 with updates and DLCs, there is no point discussing this any further !

    I agree there.

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    A couple of months a go they said that they would be an update in what is happening in a couple of months time, or something like that.
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