Train Simulator 2018

Train Simulator 2018 Hits the Rails Both Digitally & Physically

Train Simulator 2018 launches onto PC with a choo-choo, new-new, launch trailer to kick the launch of the latest instalment into the series into gear.

Developed by Dovetail Games, the latest simulation title, Train Simulation 2018 sees players being able to take control of various types of trains, controlling a plethora of controls in front of them as they travel to various destinations, chugging along on real world routes ranging from North Wales Coastal, Peninsula, and Mittenwaldbahn.

Players will be able to play as the actual driver of the train, the engineer, even a passenger. They will also be able to create their own routes and download content from the Steam Store.

Train Simulator 2018 is available on Steam, and as a physical title, and will contain the following,

Train Simulator,
Train Simulator: DB BR 442 ‘Talent 2’ EMU Add-On,
Train Simulator: Mittenwaldbahn: Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Innsbruck Route Add-On,
Train Simulator: North Wales Coastal Route Add-On,
Train Simulator: Peninsula Corridor: San Francisco – San Jose Route Add-On

Additionally, for a whopping, £4,541.76 you can purchase 405 DLC’s, or you can purchase those DLC’s individually from £3 to about £25 each.

The new launch trailer can be found below.


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