Train Simulator

Announcing Train Simulator 2022!

Train Simulator 2022 is coming soon to Steam with a new selection of routes.
The next instalment of the series is just around the corner, Train Simulator 2022 launches with 3 routes in one package. Get ready to operate in a dense commuter network with the BR Class 323 in Birmingham Cross City Line. Take control of the DB BR 429.1 FLIRT 3 across the picturesque Rhine Valley in Frankfurt – Koblenz and lastly, experience American passenger railroading at its best – with Amtrak’s Acela in Northeast Corridor: Washington DC – Baltimore. All of this awaits you in Train Simulator 2022, coming soon to Steam.

Birmingham Cross City Line

Take control of the BR Class 323 EMU in London Midland livery along the 37-mile Cross City Line from Lichfield Trent Valley to Bromsgrove & Redditch via Birmingham New Street. Be ready to tackle the famed Lickey Incline, the steepest sustained main-line railway gradient in Great Britain; 1:37.7 for two miles between Bromsgrove and Barnt Green.

Frankfurt – Koblenz

The 80-mile Frankfurt – Koblenz route serves a mix of regional and intercity traffic, and covers the Picturesque Linke Rheinstrecke from Koblenz Hbf to Mainz Hbf and Historic Mainbahn from Mainz Hbf to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf. Conduct services here in the strikingly branded SÜWEX (Südwest-Express) DB BR 429.1 EMU.

Northeast Corridor: Washington – Baltimore

The Northeast Corridor: Washington DC – Baltimore route extends from Washington, DC, 41 route miles north to Baltimore, where iconic Baltimore Penn Station rests near the north portal of the B&P Tunnel. This route includes a selection of realistic locomotives and equipment, including the Amtrak’s high-speed Acela and ACS-64.
We'll be talking more about Train Simulator 2022 in the coming weeks, including revealing the new route featured in the Deluxe Edition. Follow us on @RailSimulator on Twitter and Facebook.
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