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© 2019 Dovetail Games, a trading name of RailSimulator.com Limited (“DTG”). All rights reserved. "Dovetail Games", “Train Sim World” and “SimuGraph” are trademarks or registered trademarks of DTG. Unreal® Engine, © 1998-2019, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved. Unreal® is a registered trademark of Epic Games. Portions of this software utilise SpeedTree® technology (© 2014 Interactive Data Visualization, Inc.). SpeedTree® is a registered trademark of Interactive Data Visualization, Inc. All rights reserved. CSX and other are trademarks owned by CSX Transportation Intellectual Properties, Inc. and are used here with permission. DB, and the DB logo are trademarks of Deutsche Bahn AG. GWR is a trademark of First Greater Western Ltd. Metro-North Railroad © Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Permission to use the Double Arrow Logo Trade mark is granted by the Secretary of State for Transport. All other copyrights or trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Unauthorised copying, adaptation, rental, re-sale, arcade use, charging for use, broadcast, cable transmission, public performance, distribution or extraction of the product or any trademark or copyright work that forms part of this product is prohibited. Developed and published by DTG.

The full credit list can be accessed from the TSW “Options” menu.

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Train Sim World® 2

Train Sim World® 2

Train Sim World® 2

Authentically Replicated

Drive high-speed inter-city German rail for the first time as you push the throttle and climb speeds in the famous DB ICE 3M out of Köln. Take on the challenge of hauling long freight across Sand Patch Grade including the Cumberland Terminal using the raw power of the CSX AC4400CW. Master the patterns and stations of the world-famous London Underground on the Bakerloo Line.
All official licences, all authentically recreated – you're in the cab and in control.

Get Creative

Personalise Train Sim World 2 locos with the exclusive new Livery Designer - Create your own custom liveries with an easy to use in-game tool that allows you to craft both simple and complex designs to bring your Train Sim World 2 loco liveries to life.

Customise how you play with the Scenario Planner - Create your own scenario. Customise locos and destinations, then jump in and get driving. Quick drive, your way.

Experience A New Level Of Realism

Get clearer information on instructions, gradient and speed profiles as you drive, including new HUD displays, clarity to the onboard safety systems, brake controls, power meter and accelerometer. A new controller scheme will give great choices on Camera and Driving modes and allows easier access from external camera mode to enter another vehicle in your consist, all while full physics and simulation are still running.

Track And Share Your Progress

With Dovetail Live you can track your progress and stats online - Reviewing your performance and sharing and comparing with friends. Railfan Shots also give you the control to upload your screenshots to a personal gallery to share.

Key Features

  • Explore famous routes with unique challenges:

  • Bakerloo Line – First opened in 1906 Bakerloo is one of the oldest lines on the London Underground. Master the modern-day complexity of rush hour in the British capital.

  • Schnellfahrstrecke Köln-Aachen – Step into the renowned DB BR 406 ICE 3M and drive passengers at speeds up to 250km/h as you race between Köln and Aachen on this German inter-city line.

  • Sand Patch Grade – Enjoy epic power with the CSX AC4400CW. Haul freight across the Allegheny Mountains, battling adhesion on one of the steepest grades in the United States

  • Train Sim World 2 features iconic locomotives to master. The classic 1972 Mark 2 Stock on the Bakerloo Line, modern fast commuters with DB BR 406 ICE 3M and DB BR 442 ‘Talent 2’ and powerful hauliers with the AC4400CW, GP38-2 and SD40-2.

  • Livery Designer – Get creative and add a personal touch to your Train Sim World 2 locos with this easy to use tool that allows custom liveries.

  • Scenario Planner – Drive what you want, where you want, as you plan out your own scenarios. Quick drive, your way.

  • New Adhesion Physics – Feel wheelslip and wheelslide in adverse weather, master moving heavy freight and keep control of your loco power on steep inclines.

  • Dynamic Skies – Multiple cloud layers and realistic sunlight filtering means greater visual fidelity for the skies in Train Sim World 2.

  • Journeys – Start a new Journey on any route to explore more than 24 hours of gameplay featuring scenarios, services and more to complete.

  • Tutorials – Learn all you need to take to the rails with detailed tutorials for each locomotive. Master every switch, lever and dial.

  • Powered by Dovetail Games’ proprietary SimuGraph® vehicle dynamics engine and Unreal Engine 4® technology.

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©2020 Dovetail Games, a trading name of RailSimulator.com Limited (“DTG”). "Dovetail Games", “Train Sim World” and “SimuGraph” are trademarks or registered trademarks of DTG. Unreal® Engine, ©1998-2020, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved. Unreal® is a registered trademark of Epic Games. Portions of this software utilise SpeedTree® technology (©2014 Interactive Data Visualization, Inc.). SpeedTree® is a registered trademark of Interactive Data Visualization, Inc. All rights reserved. CSX and others are trademarks owned by CSXT Intellectual Properties Corporation and are used with permission. The ICE 3 is a registered design of Deutsche Bahn AG. The DB logo is a registered trademark of Deutsche Bahn AG. Permission to use the London Underground Trade Mark is granted by Transport for London. All other copyrights or trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are used here with permission. Unauthorised copying, adaptation, rental, re-sale, arcade use, charging for use, broadcast, cable transmission, public performance, distribution or extraction of the product or any trademark or copyright work that forms part of this product is prohibited. Developed and published by DTG. The full credit list can be accessed from the TSW “Options” menu.

The depiction in this simulation is not intended to be a true-to-life representation of how all areas of TfL operate, including health & safety etc. Care has been taken to ensure the design elements closely match TfL’s IP, however this has not been reviewed in line with TfL’s brand guidelines, and TfL takes no responsibility for any discrepancies.

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Train Sim World

Not to be confused with Train Simulator (video game).

2018 simulation video game

2018 video game

Train Sim World (abbreviated to TSW) is a train simulation game series developed by Dovetail Games. It was released on 24 July 2018.[1] For the first time, Train Sim World allows players to walk around the game world in first-person mode. This mode is utilised in tutorials, scenarios and services where the first-person mode is required to complete tasks such as refuelling or changing switches.[1]

Releases[edit]

Train Sim World: CSX Heavy Haul[edit]

During beta release, the game was originally called Train Sim World: CSX Heavy Haul, which consisted of one playable route, Sand Patch Grade, based in the United States.[2]

Train Sim World: Founders Edition[edit]

The second version was Founders Edition, which was available on Xbox One, containing Great Western Express.[4]

Train Sim World[edit]

The third version, simply Train Sim World, was available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, featuring three routes: Great Western Express: Paddington - Reading, S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland: Dessau Hauptbahnhof - Markkleeberg-Gaschwitz (featured as Rapid Transit), and Northeast Corridor: New Rochelle - Newark Liberty International Airport, as well as Sand Patch Grade for the PC version only.

Train Sim World 2020[edit]

The fourth version, Train Sim World 2020, is available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, featuring four routes: Great Western Express, Long Island Rail Road (Penn Station to Hicksville, Hempstead Branch, Atlantic Terminal, Belmont), Main-Spessart Bahn (Aschaffenburg to Gemünden), and Northern TransPennine (Manchester Victoria to Leeds route add-on), as well as Sand Patch Grade for PC only. The 2020 edition featured a digital deluxe edition containing a bonus route containing Caltrain’s Peninsula Corridor (San Francisco 4th and King-to-San Jose Diridon route add-on).

On 12 December 2019, Dovetail released an East Coastway line add-on. In addition to the Brighton to Eastbourne route, there is a branch route between Lewes and Seaford. The release includes the Class 377/4 and the Class 66.[5] Further add-on routes included Rhein-Ruhr Osten (Wuppertal to Hagen), Ruhr-Sieg Nord (Hagen to Finnentrop), Haupstrecke Rhein-Ruhr (Bochum to Duisburg), Tees Valley Line (Darlington to Saltburn-by-the-Sea), West Somerset Railway (Minehead to Bishops Lydeard), and Canadian National Oakville Subdivision. Several individual locomotives were also released as DLC, including the British Rail Class 20 "Chopper" and the former East German BR 143 and BR 155.

Train Sim World 2[edit]

The fifth and current version, Train Sim World 2, was announced on 9 June 2020, with an original planned release date of 6 August 2020. The announcement promoted new features, including the Livery Editor and Scenario Designer. There were two new routes and multiple trains planned for its release: the ICE 3M and Talent 2 running from Cologne to Aachen, and the London Underground 1972 Stock, with the Bakerloo line.[6] The game also comes with Sand Patch Grade route (Cumberland - Rockwood), featuring the following locomotives: AC4400CW, GP38-2, SD40-2. While the route is not new, it has been updated for PC and now also available on the confirmed console operating systems PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with major optimization to the consoles. The Deluxe Edition also includes East Coastway as a Preserved Collection route.

The Preserved Collection allows players to import their previously owned Train Sim World and Train Sim World 2020 bundled routes and DLC into the new game. This means players can continue using them without the need to pay for them again. DTG announced the game would be delayed on 16 July, with a rescheduled release date of 20 August, from the original 6 August.[7] This was to allow them to make "Preserved Collection" add-ons compatible with their new Scenario Designer. They confirmed that content from this category will not be compatible with their new Livery Designer, due to a change in the way they develop trains, although such compatibility might be provided in a future upgrade (this has since been confirmed; Livery Designer compatibility for East Coastway was included in a February 2021 patch, with more routes to follow[8]). They also announced within one of their Community Q&A livestreams that their Northeast Corridor route add-on, as well as their Amtrak SW1000R and CSX GP40-2 loco addons were not going to be part of the "Preserved Collection" due to technical issues.

Dovetail Games unveiled their first Roadmap on 18 August, which presented their plans for future additions to the game, as well as the timeline for the additional "Preserved Collection" addons.

Train Sim World 2 was released to the public on 20 August, for consoles at midnight local time, and on Steam for PC at 17:00 UTC. More DLC followed: Hauptstrecke München-Augsburg, LGV Méditerranée: Marseille - Avignon, Southeastern High Speed: London St Pancras - Faversham, Clinchfield Railroad: Elkhorn City - Dante, Hauptstrecke Hamburg - Lübeck and Cathcart Circle Line together with Isle of Wight: Ryde Pier Head - Shanklin and Arosa Line: Chur - Arosa from third-party developer Rivet Games, and Union Pacific Cane Creek: Thompson - Potash from third-party developer Skyhook Games.

The game also includes locomotive DLC from all versions including: BR 182, MP36PH-3C, C40-8W, Class 465, BR 101, MP15DC, M3, and Diesel Legends of the Great Western (Class 52, 101, and 08).

On May 4, 2021, Dovetail Games announced a season pass called Rush Hour, which included 3 new routes: the Northeast Corridor (Boston - Providence); Brighton Main Line (Brighton - Victoria); and Nahverkehr Dresden (Dresden - Riesa). Routes are scheduled for release starting in late August.

Editing tools[edit]

Train Sim World 2 features a livery editor and a scenario editor, with further plans on adding features to the current toolset. While previously stating that trains in the Preserved Collection would not be compatible with the livery editor, Dovetail Games announced on their 10 November 2020 Roadmap that compatibility was in production.[9]

Unreal Engine 4 editing tools[edit]

There were originally plans to bring Unreal Engine 4-based editing tools to Train Sim World. In a September 2018 studio update, it was revealed that the tools would be the same as that used by Dovetail Games to create content, allowing users to create routes, locomotives, wagons, coaches, scenarios and services.[10] However, it would not have been possible to edit existing routes released by Dovetail Games at launch.[11] It was planned for an open beta of the editing tools to be released. Dovetail Games also planned on creating a series of video tutorials for the editing tools.[10]

However, during a Train Sim World 2 Q&A Livestream held on 11 June 2020, the developers announced that tools related to Unreal Engine 4 would not be released to the general public. Community managers further confirmed this on Dovetail Games' forums, arguing that "additional considerations make a public release impossible", though the editor has been released to third-party developers.[12]

Reception[edit]

Reception

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Train Sim World were released to "mixed or average" reviews, according to the review aggregator Metacritic.[14][15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcd"All Aboard for Train Sim World!". Dovetail Games. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
  2. ^ ab"Train Sim World: CSX Heavy Haul review". Tech Advisor. Retrieved 19 January 2019.
  3. ^"TSW: The Journey to Xbox". Dovetail Games. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
  4. ^Lowry, Brendan (16 March 2018). "Train Sim World Founders Edition for Xbox packs real railway authenticity". Windows Central. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  5. ^Gateway to the Coastway - Gamasutra, 12 December 2019
  6. ^Holden, Michael (9 June 2020). "Dovetail Games announce Train Sim World 2!". RailAdvent. Retrieved 13 June 2020.
  7. ^Dovetail Games Staff (16 July 2020). "TRAIN SIM WORLD 2 UPDATE!". live.dovetailgames.com. Retrieved 17 July 2020.
  8. ^https://live.dovetailgames.com/live/train-sim-world/articles/article/tsw2-roadmap-26-january-2021
  9. ^"Train Sim World 2 November 10 Roadmap". Retrieved 16 November 2020.
  10. ^ ab"Train Sim World: Studio Update". Dovetail Games. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  11. ^"Train Sim World Studio Update – Your Questions Answered". Dovetail Games. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  12. ^"Dovetail Games Fourms: "The Editor's Mess"". Dovetail Games. Retrieved 16 November 2020.
  13. ^"Train Sim World: Founder's Edition for Xbox One Reviews". Metacritic. Red Ventures. Retrieved 23 July 2021.
  14. ^ ab"Train Sim World for PlayStation 4 Reviews". Metacritic. Red Ventures. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  15. ^ ab"Train Sim World for Xbox One Reviews". Metacritic. Red Ventures. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  16. ^S, Matt (2 August 2018). "Review: Train Sim World (Sony PlayStation 4)". Digitally Downloaded. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  17. ^Sherwood, Mark (24 July 2018). "Train Sim World Review". Xbox Tavern. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  18. ^Mc, Chris (24 July 2018). "Train Sim World Review: All Aboard!". GameSpew. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  19. ^Freeman, Will. "Train Sim World (Console) Review". Trusted Reviews. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  20. ^Dileva, Adam (11 September 2018). "Train Sim World Review (Xbox One)". XboxAddict.com. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  21. ^Mike (1 August 2018). "Train Sim World - PS4 Review". PlayStation Country. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  22. ^Anderson, Patrick (2 August 2018). "Train Sim World Review - All A-Bored". COGconnected. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  23. ^Barnes, Ken (24 July 2018). "Train Sim World PS4 Review - Stuck at the Station". PlayStation LifeStyle. Retrieved 26 May 2019.

External links[edit]

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