Train Sim 2014 infos

Train_simulator_2014_bannerAs promised a few days ago, Railsimulator gives some bits more of infos about Train Simulator 2014 due for release on next September 26th.

Key features will include “a new and intuitive user interface” and a few “graphical improvements” when your simulator turns to the new version update for free. Your actual routes should remain compatible.

If you haven’t paid for Hamburg Hanover, Faversham High Speed routes, you’ll get them when you purchase each item or when you order Train Sim 2014.

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  1. This Tsim updates are really nonsense in my opinion … just to add “2014” in the logo. Generally the new features are just cosmetic and can be released as a silence update without changing nothing else. Every time is a process to verify if all your mods and addons will work. And not everytime it´s true.

  2. RSC seem to be selecting the worst of all worlds – they’re getting more and more profit driven and less and less interested in what their customers want. That’s not entirely surprising, however, when so few of their customers bother thinking about what is involved in their demands.

    “Real” signalling requires “real” train detection and control. Great if you want to add a signalling sim on top, but it means all route developers will need to become signalling designers on top of graphical designers and programmers. Likewise, multiplayer will require signalling control, train detection, signallers… It’s utterly impractical, but people will keep demanding it without thinking about what they actually want.

    Things like core engine updates (multicore, 64-bit) would be far more practical. We’ll actually get the usual new route and loco plus a whole bunch of eye-candy, in reality… Plus an excuse to charge everyone again for the add-ons they already have, as “new” packages for the “new” platform.

  3. Will the Scenario Editor bug be fixed? This will help improve the software and answer the wises of many users.

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