Discussion in 'Community Submissions' started by Reeon1999, Jul 19, 2019.
beautiful images.. different color cars might of make it more better then all silver/white.
Yeah, unfortunately for those wagons the vehicles are all silver and looks very repetitive. I prefer the UK wagons on TVL and NTP but that's also because on those routes they seem to have some nice weathering.
These are the last ones for a while now. I promise lol
Very cool Screenshots! What game settings do you have?
Thanks! It's on the high preset with TAA. I haven't changed any engine.ini settings if that's what you're curious about because unfortunately my PC started to struggle then.
Okay. Good to know
I been wanting to try this game but many others says it repetitive and not even fun playing.I wish the game would drop in price some as I don't know if it's even worth the full price it is now which is $30. although I might hold off cause of this.. Train Sim World 2020 is coming this August bringing new features and a new collection of high quality routes. Already own Train Sim World? You'll get a major ...
It's a simulation game. What do you expect? Besides, we don't really know what Journey mode is right now nor do we know what the new route is going to be. But all I know is that it's going to be called SFJ*. [See link below]
SFJ can mean a lot of things. (San Francisco - San Jouse[?])
At this point, I can't tell if the Update is going to be good or not so good but we'll see. I'm positive about many things and I have hope for DTG
Least someone does.. There's so much bashing to the company that I think it's just BS how some people react and call this company garbage.. I even see some people calling FSW UF. This game is far from UF
I'd just like to add I only said the vehicles/cars on the wagons can look repetitive if there are many of them in one shot. Whilst some aspects of game play may be repetitive that's just part of a train simulator I think. This sort of game isn't for everyone and if you're the type of person always looking for action/something to do in a game then in my opinion this may end up feeling slow and repetitive for you. However if you enjoy sitting back to relax then this is enjoyable. Some routes might feel slow (looking at you WSR) but if you enjoy just watching the world go by and seeing a train in action then you'll be fine. Scenarios do offer something different from service mode by making you complete 'out of the ordinary services' which might introduce some more hands on driving. Driving trains can feel very rewarding though when you've completed a service without any problems and stayed on time and within speed limits or managed to complete a challenging scenario. I look forward to Train Sim World 2020 and what journey mode introduces as well as the new scoring system and new route.
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