01-19-2007, 03:31 PM #1
All New Train Sim Coming on FSX platform
A new site just went live for a future release of a new Train Simulator, from the studio that created Flight Sim X. Great news for train enthusiasts!
Following the successful release of Microsoft Flight Simulator X, the Aces Studio is using the same technology to develop a new version of Microsoft Train Simulator. Unrelated to our previous Train Simulator development efforts, this version will be an all-new product built on the Flight Simulator X platform, the culmination of 25 years of product development and technology.
It’s too early to discuss the details of this product, but we look forward to sharing more information later this year. You can also read blog posting from several of the development team members at the links below.
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01-19-2007, 09:26 PM #2
Cool I have always been interested in trains. I will keep an eye on that site. Thanks
01-20-2007, 07:00 AM #3
Always wondered why MS did not your their FS technology and incorporate it "Train-Simulation" or any traveling simulation... how about using all those roads.... We already know we can build a car inn MSFS, but with a little refinement... the imagination can be wild
Good to hear this news... Thanks for the info.
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