Five months after the start of Early Access, developer Simteract is bringing the second update for Train Life: A Railway Simulator out. Train Life is the first simulator that allows fans to experience the job of a train driver while running their own railway company.
With the help of the second update, trains run in Train Life: A Railway Simulator now also destinations in Eastern Europe. Fans can discover new routes in Poland and the Czech Republic beyond the borders of Germany.
A new electric locomotive is also making its debut: the Lechner Koch DP2500. There are also numerous new, challenging scenarios. The Service Center has also been revised to provide more clarity and overview when purchasing and customizing locomotives. For this aspect of the gameplay, various elements – appearance, available updates, performance comparisons, component compatibility and much more – are available here for detail-oriented fans.
In Train Life: A Railway Simulator it goes to the top of a railway company. For the first time in the genre, fans are tasked with growing their business while becoming a skilled train driver. As a chair, drivers must be hired and trains purchased and contractual goals set. This unique aspect of management is supported by the game’s detailed train and driving system.
NACON and Simteract have paid special attention to the modeling of realistic train models and the management gameplay to create a railway experience that is as entertaining as it is authentic. There will be regular updates during the ongoing Early Access period.
Train Life: A Railway Simulator is available in Early Access on Steam and the Epic Games Store.