Train Sim World 3 Set For 6th September Release

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Get ready to master the machine and battle the elements in Train Sim World 3, out on Sept 6 and available to pre-order today.

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Dovetail Games, developer and publisher of authentic simulation titles, today announced the next leap forward for the Train
Sim World franchise, Train Sim World 3, releasing on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Windows PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on Sept. 6.

Train Sim World 3 will continue to break new ground in realism with new weather dynamics, longer routes, and a dedicated Training Center designed for new and experienced players. The latest iteration will also support add-ons from Train Sim World 2, allowing players to carry all the routes and engines they own into Train Sim World 3 to continue playing some of their favourite content.

Train Sim World 3 features a brand-new dynamic weather system delivering beautiful volumetric skies, all powered by a new lighting system enhancing realism and immersion. Trains can now be driven through the extremes of weather – snow, thunderstorms, and even the dreaded leaves on the line, each altering the driving experience and requiring players to pay close attention to track conditions. While tiny compared to the mighty machines, leaves on the line pose severe challenges for drivers as they can significantly reduce the friction between wheels and rail that trains need to pull their heavy loads of goods or passengers.

Next Stop The 6th Sept

“For Train Sim World 3, the team have done an amazing job enhancing and building on the immersive experience of our previous titles. The new lighting system transforms the visuals along with all-new weather dynamics that will significantly impact the operation of trains in-game,” said Matt Peddlesden, Executive Producer at Dovetail Games. “This and the development of our dedicated Training Center, guiding users through the controls, will see Train Sim World 3 bring existing players new and exciting challenges, whilst giving those new to the franchise an enjoyable introduction to the railway world.”

Three routes demonstrate the variety of railway operations seen across the globe. California’s Cajon Pass, a location popular with railfans, provides the gradients to challenge BNSF’s ES44C4 and SD40-2 locomotives as they haul some of America’s longest trains from San Bernardino to Barstow. In Europe, the power is translated to pure speed as players concentrate on operating Germany’s high-speed ICE 3 and ICE 1 passenger trains across viaducts and through tunnels forming the longest route ever created in the Train Sim World franchise, the 116 mile/187 kilometre Kassel – Würzburg route.

Speed is also pivotal in the extended and enhanced version of the fan-favourite Southeastern Highspeed route, depicting the English county of Kent between London, Ashford and Dartford as well as the Chatham main line. Britain’s fastest domestic passenger train, the Class 395 ‘Javelin’, joins the slower, but no less engaging, Class 375 and 465 EMUs on busy commuter services southeast of the capital.

Players of Train Sim World 2 and its add-ons will be able to continue enjoying its wealth of routes and locomotives*, ensuring a smooth transition between titles. Future add-ons will also see locomotives ‘decoupled’ from their routes, allowing more freedom in being able to operate purchased locomotives beyond their intended setting.

A selection of introductory packages will be available, from the ‘Starter Packs’ containing the brand-new Training Center and 1 route expansion, to the Deluxe Edition which includes an upgraded version of the eagerly anticipated Spirit Of Steam add-on, that was released earlier this year for Train Sim World 2 and brought steam locomotives to the game for the first time.

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