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Train Sim World 2020 – In Detail

Discussion in 'Dovetail Live Article Discussion' started by TrainSim-James, Jul 26, 2019.

  1. Rygar

    Rygar New Member

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    Hello, I know, people who have a boosted PC are so lucky :) but, PLEASE, is there some opportunity to get the topic bellow to someone from DTG? They really should improve the game for PS4 Pro, this is really important for a lot of gamers who have the console version of the game.

    Topic here:

    https://forums.dovetailgames.com/threads/ps4-pro-enhanced-tsw-2020.17627/
     
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  2. thearkerportian

    thearkerportian Well-Known Member

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    Back on that topic, while the background scenery didn't improve a lot, the bridge does have pillars now. It should be stated that this location is about the only place on the route where the lackluster distant scenery plays much of a role. The rest is too urbanized and built up for that, you're hardly if ever able to look very far. And may I say, with this route DTG have proven they're able to create credible cityscapes.

    EDIT: One exception I should mention though are distant hills/mountains which are supposed to be covered in trees or neighborhoods. Still the same lonely tree/house here and there. You don't notice it much while focusing on operating the train, but while in stations - or afterwards on screenshots you may have taken - it sure is noticeable.

    So much for my little review of that situation.
     
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  3. DB628

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    How I can scroll at the end to see all stations where I stopped? I can’t find anything for it
     
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  4. raildan

    raildan Well-Known Member

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    Press T on PC, IDK for console, sorry.
     
  5. xD 2Bad4You

    xD 2Bad4You Well-Known Member

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    Its not working. In the debrief screen you can only see a limited number of your stops and cant scroll them.
    Matt said they should be scrollable, so i guess we will get a fix for it at one point.
     
  6. raildan

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    Works for me. You have to click on the screen and use the mouse to scroll by dragging the bar.
     
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    xD 2Bad4You Well-Known Member

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    Hm okay. Will try on Console if its working with some button press aswell. Thanks
     
  8. DB628

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    I’ve tried on PS4 but there was nothing to scroll, on old TSW it was working with R3 I think
     
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  9. thearkerportian

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    No. It is not just me.
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    TSW did not looke like THIS before. Wow :o
     
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  10. londonmidland

    londonmidland Well-Known Member

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    Once you’ve come to the end of your journey it can only display the first 6 station stops. I assume there’s supposed to be a scroll bar but it isn’t there, so sounds like a UI bug.
     
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  11. DB628

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    Time Schedule and Journey Mode are the same, I played Journey and it was done on time Schedule as well.
     
  12. raildan

    raildan Well-Known Member

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    Interestingly, with scenarios at least, if you do a scenario outside of a journey it does not count on the journey.
     
  13. LastTrainToClarksville

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    Does this new route include any switching activities? All I have found so far is that it comes with "Five detailed and engaging scenarios for the route", and an "Extensive 24-Hour Service Mode Timetable". Oh, and lest I forget the real jewel in the crown, "100 Collectibles for you to add to your route including Route Maps, No Trespassing Signs, Tourist City Posters and Ticket Machines." Whoopee!
     
  14. LastTrainToClarksville

    LastTrainToClarksville Well-Known Member

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    Can't resist telling you that in American slang, "boosted" means stolen, which adds a touch of ironic humor to your post.
     
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  16. LastTrainToClarksville

    LastTrainToClarksville Well-Known Member

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    My apologies -- I didn't mean to include that. I had just attached it to an email message before I wrote my reply and inadvertently pressed CTRL + V. Then I couldn't figure out how to remove the image. I just did so.
     
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  17. LastTrainToClarksville

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    Having inspected the new route, I can now answer my own question: the five scenarios include one that involves freight; of the nine freight services, 6 include switching (based on their descriptions). On the whole, I'd say that's pretty good, given DTG's obvious preference for passenger trains.
     
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