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Make Every Train Usable As An Ai

Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions & Proposals' started by Tomas9970, Dec 24, 2018.

  1. Tomas9970

    Tomas9970 Well-Known Member

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    This is a suggestion for both Train simulator 2019 and Train sim world but I didn't know where to put it.

    Please include an AI only versions of released trains in the base package. It could help with AI diversity on certain routes (for example we could have Amtrak trains on LIRR), allow scenario creators to use dlc trains as an AI without having to worry about people not having the dlc and it could also help mapmakers by allowing them to create services for trains without having to own them.
    There shuld be a settings option that will make the game only pick trains that you have in service mode for those who want to switch services.
    I got this idea from DCS world, where it works that way.

    Please tell me what you think about it.
     
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  2. LastTrainToClarksville

    LastTrainToClarksville Well-Known Member

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    Well, your suggestion will not be possible in TSW until the editor appears, but let me point out in TS what you ask for is completely possible, since any piece of rolling stock can be designated as AI, including those from routes other than the one currently being edited (provided that you own the route in question, of course)*. Let's hope that this will be true as well in TSW.

    ^Of course, electric engines can only be operated on electrified sections of track.
     
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  3. Tomas9970

    Tomas9970 Well-Known Member

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    I made this suggestion with the editor in mind.
    It looks like you did not understand my first post.
     
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