Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by TrainSim_Fan, Jun 9, 2020.
Not always... The steam page for the class 20 is still "without"
Will TSW2 for Xbox One feature vibration and/or haptic feedback?
Dont you think it would be easier to have a tutorial highlighting and explaining things. I’ve tried to read one of those manuals and it’s rather complicated
What is the file size/download size for TSW2?
Have now changed my vote to a Hell yeah after seeing the Q&A for each route. New features they add last minute have tickled my pickle
Question for the Q&A,
Steam is showing that there is a deluxe edition of TSW 2 featuring the East Coastway: Brighton - Eastbourne & Seaford Route addon.
As this is part of the preserved collection, will I get this on release if I already have it for TSW2020 and I purchase the normal (not deluxe) edition from steam? Or will I have to wait for it to be released as a separate ‘preserved collection’ item?
If you already own East Coastway in TSW2020 then just buy the basic TSW2 content there will follow over when it become available for TSW2. .
Thanks Michael - my point is that the delux expansion Easy Coastway addon is a different product in steam - which technically I would not have purchased. So was wondering as it's being released on day one - how other people would get it through preserved collection.
I'm sure it would make sense once it is released. Thanks.
Yes East Coastway will be released on Aug 20th see attached
Preserved Collection 1 (20 August)
East Coastway: Brighton - Eastbourne & Seaford
Peninsula Corridor: San Francisco - San Jose
Caltrain MP36PH-3C ‘Baby Bullet’
Caltrain MP15DC Diesel Switcher
Hauptstrecke Rhein-Ruhr: Duisburg – Bochum
Preserved Collection 2 (September)
Tees Valley Line: Darlington – Saltburn-by-the-Sea
BR Class 31
BR Class 20 ‘Chopper’
Long Island Rail Road: New York – Hicksville
LIRR M3 EMU
Ruhr-Sieg Nord: Hagen – Finnentrop
DB BR 155
The remaining Preserved Collection content schedule will be confirmed when we launch Train Sim World 2.
So, this is just the beginning for the Preserved Collection and we can’t wait to see what you do with the new Scenario Planner. In the meantime, we know you want to see more. We will be continuing to provide weekly updates and screenshots in the run up to launch. Our next Train Sim World 2 Stream with Community Q&A on Schnellfahrstrecke Köln-Aachen runs TODAY and includes a first look at the Scenario Planner! Watch live on Twitch and YouTube at 8PM BST / 9PM CEST.
A different bundle, but the EC DLC is down to be released same day, so the "deluxe version" really only applies to those who don't own EC, or indeed TSW1
Today? I haven’t seen anything on YouTube.
It wasn’t today, that’s a cut and paste job from an earlier post, posted without removing the time sensitive info. The stream in question was ages ago.
Will we be able to import images for the Livery Designer?
It was taken from this article
It might be worth not including the bit about ‘today’s stream’ when putting that on the forum to show the preserved collection timeline. You’ve posted it twice now with that bit included after the stream had taken place.
New country for tsw 2.
Will we be able to use the trip cocks on the 1972 stock?
I believe they said these were modelled but won’t be functional during the Bakerloo Q&A a couple of weeks ago.
Will there be a option to remove the Debriefing Screen at the end of a Service?
Will the AI be able to Operate Rolling Stock from another route in the Scenario Planner?
In today's Q&A Matt said you can only go one way. If you want to do a round trip, you have to break it up into 2 scenarios.
In "anything goes" mode you can operate anything anywhere
omg ofc im hype, especially for the lu
When TSW 2 gets support for Raildriver and external controls, will it work on Console?
Will we be able to walk through the tunnel at Elephant and Castle to get to the Trains in the Sidings?
Not a question, but something, that needs to be fixed: During the Köln - Aachen gameplay stream, the available destinations for the panels in the ICE was shown and one of them was written wrong: It's "Leerfahrt zum Betriebswerk", not "Leerfahrt zum Betribswerk".
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