Train Sim World 2

Train Sim World 2 - Preserved Collection Update

The next set of Preserved Collection Add-Ons are available now! Find out more about what’s included.
The second set of Preserved Collection arrives on Train Sim World 2 today! With Preserved Collection your content comes with you, so you can play your Train Sim World 2020 Add-Ons in Train Sim World 2. If you own these already, they will be free to download. Or you can purchase these on the PlayStation, Xbox or Steam stores to expand your collection. Perfect for building new custom creations with the Scenario Planner.

To access these in Train Sim World 2 you will need to do the following:
PlayStation - Navigate to your library, go to purchased, find Train Sim World 2, click and you'll be able to download the add-on!
Xbox - Go to your 'My games & apps' section, go to 'Full library' and click 'All Owned games', navigate to Train Sim World 2, click the menu button on your Xbox controller and scroll down to 'Manage game & Add-Ons'. You'll be able to download a Preserved Collection add-on here!
Steam - Restart Steam then go to your Steam Library, find Train Sim World 2, right click and open properties, navigate to DLC on the top bar and tick the add-ons you want to download!
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Here’s everything included in the second set of Preserved Collection ready to play in Train Sim World 2....

Long Island Rail Road: New York – Hicksville

Experience America’s busiest commuter railroad and all the bustle and challenges of railroading in New York City. The famed “LIRR” operates 24/7 and carries more than 350,000 commuters each weekday, and you’ll take the controls of the railroad’s modern LIRR M7 EMUs to keep the trains moving in and out of New York City and through America’s busiest rail junction at Jamaica, New York.

LIRR M3 EMU

Take the controls of a “Big Apple” railroading classic with the Long Island Rail Road M3 electric-multiple-unit (EMU). Dressed in yellow, gray, and silver, the LIRR M3 has become a railroading classic. The versatile EMUs, constructed in two-car “married pairs,” operate at speeds up to 80 mph (129 km/h). Experience the challenges of operating the memorable LIRR M3 EMUs on Long Island Rail Road route or take it Off The Rails with Scenario Planner!

Tees Valley Line: Darlington - Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Experience a bygone era of British Rail in the historic birthplace of railways and the heart of the British Steel industry. As a driver for the recently sectorised British Rail, you will take charge of heavy coke and steel trains aboard the class BR Class 37/5, explore vast locations such as Tees Yard and Lackenby Steelworks aboard Thornaby Depot’s very own BR Class 08 “Gronk” shunters and complete plenty of passenger duties from the cab of the BR Class 101.

BR Class 20 'Chopper'

Enjoy the Tess Valley Line from the driver's seat of one of the most iconic British Locomotives. Developed in the 1950s, the English Electric Type 1 was the first major step on British Railways’ path to dieselisation. After many trials and failures, the Type 1 showed promise as a 1000hp locomotive, and between 1957 and 1968 a total of 228 would be produced. Commonly called the “Chopper” by enthusiasts thanks to its unique engine sound.

BR Class 31

The 1950s were in full swing, and British Railways were kicking off the start of the radical modernisation plan, which would see steam locomotives retired in favour of brand new, diesel-powered traction. The Type 2 was designed to fill the 1000-1499 horsepower role, making them suitable on lower-priority passenger and freight trains. The first Type 2s entered service in the Eastern Region and with the introduction of TOPS, they were classified as the BR Class 31.

Ruhr-Sieg Nord: Hagen - Finnentrop

Deep valleys, tight curves, and picturesque vistas are yours to experience, bringing one of Germany’s oldest railways to life. It’s your job to carry freight and passengers over the historic Ruhr-Sieg Railway. Manage your powerful locomotives over the twisting railway carving its way through the Ruhr Valley and deliver your cargo on-time. Take control of two icons of German electric motive power, the DB BR 185.2 freight locomotive and the DB BR 143 mixed traffic locomotive.

DB BR 155

The “Electric Container”, as it’s affectionately known to railfans, has stood the test of time and you can take to the rails hauling heavy freight with a nostalgic twist. Following the reunification of Germany in 1994, the DR BR 250s were renumbered under Deutsche Bahn’s reclassification system and become known as the DB BR 155s. Following this, the BR 155s could be seen all over the German rail network. Take this out on Ruhr-Sieg Nord or to Köln - Aachen with the Scenario Planner.
There are more of your favourite Add-Ons coming to Preserved Collection, and you can find out more about these by following the Roadmap!
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