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Train Simulator 2020 Coming To Steam On September 19th

Fresh off the heels of Train Sim World 2020 Dovetail Games has announced that Train Simulator 2020 will be available on Steam from September 19th, 2019. This latest addition will add new routes and locomotives to the series which is sure to please fans.

Climb aboard and allow yourself to drive all sorts of locomotives from across the world, including diesel engines, steam engines, and electric engines. You’ll be able to transport commuters and even haul freight and other cargo across many popular, well-known routes such as the Southern N-Line and the South Western Main Line.

Train Simulator 2020 also exclusively features Nürnberg & Regensburg Bahn, a modern route featuring two of Germany’s oldest stations, Nurnberg and Regensburg. This will give you the chance to drive through the beautiful Danube Valley.

Lastly, Train Simulator 2020 will bring some new features to the table, that aim to ensure new heights of visual realism. You’ll be able to select from options that have an effect on things such as ambient light, sunlight strength, and field of view amongst other things.

Train Simulator 2020 routes:

Nürnberg & Regensburg Bahn Explore the Danube valley aboard a trio of German engines and travel through urban and rural landscapes. Exclusive to Train Simulator 2020, this route also features one of Germany’s oldest rail structures with Nurnberg’s neogothic station – originally built-in 1844.

South West Main Line: Southampton to Bournemouth Dive into New Forest commuting services as you run passengers from Southampton to Bournemouth, including operations on the Lymington Branch Line. This route also features the steam-powered Peppercorn Class A2 ‘Blue Peter’ for drivers who need a further challenge…

Norfolk-Southern N-Line The unique experience of an American branch line is now yours as you board the GP38-2 and haul freight over hills and around tight curves between Salisbury and Halls Ferry. Breathe in the country air as you perform a vital service as the lifeblood of local businesses.

Key features:

Visual Control A long-awaited feature has arrived as Train Simulator 2020 as players can now adjust a range of options to achieve their ideal visual experience. Adjust contrast, ambient light, sunlight intensity and field of view with additional options to turn on ambient occlusion, dynamic depth of field and adaptive bloom. Also added are a range of filters for screenshot taking including Vignettes, Sepia and B&W!

Drive The incredible authenticity of the locomotives in Train Simulator 2020 means you are truly in control. Manage your engine, passengers, safety systems, signaling and much more from the comfort of the cab, with control boards that perfectly re-create the operations of real trains.

Explore There’s always more to do and see as each route includes a full timetable of services up and down the route. Pick one, start your engine and you’re off to see what’s over the next hill! Complete all the services and you are truly a route master.

Create The Train Simulator 2020 Editor lets players create bespoke routes, stations or scenarios to enjoy themselves or share for free on the Steam Workshop. With more than 22,000 items in the Train Simulator workshop already, you’ll find plenty of inspiration online!

Collect If you’re looking to grow your collection you’ve come to the right place. In addition to the routes, locomotives, and scenarios available in Train Simulator 2020, there’s also a library of hundreds of additional add-ons for you to enjoy and thousands of community add-ons on the Steam Workshop. Build your collection around your interests and discover a never-ending supply of new challenges!

Train Simulator 2020 pulls into the Steam Station on September 19th, 2019. For more information, check out the official Train Simulator website.

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