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Transylvania Route V3 (Deva-Mediaș-Cluj Napoca)

Transylvania Route V3 (Deva-Mediaș-Cluj Napoca)

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The natural continuation of the previous extension to Câmpia Turzii, which now is the Deva-Mediaș-Cluj Napoca route is officially released for Train Simulator Classic. Part of the Transylvania Route project, this extension brings another 51 1:1 more kilometers to the already existing aprox. 213 km’s that we already have.

Our last expansion to the North brings Cânepiști, Ploscoș, Valea Florilor, Boju, Tunel, Cojocna, Apahida, Dezmir, Cluj Napoca Est, Clujana and Cluj Napoca, together with its train depot, which is fully functional in game. Presenting both an “wild” (and a pretty difficult) area starting from Valea Florilor and an urban section from Apahida to Cluj Napoca, we hope that this extension will further enrich the diversity of the Transylvania Route.

The route also brings 10 more scenarios, 6 of them being continuations of the ones from V1 and V2 (IR 1734, IR 1735, IR 1765, R 2038, R 2036, R 3085) and 4 brand new ones (IC 531, IR 1763, “Comandă special pentru aeroportul din Cluj Napoca”, „Mixt pentru Coșlariu”). Also, we’ve fixed IR 1835, which had an Out of Memory error in Simeria (this is now fixed in V1 and V2 version as well). Additional to these, the route also has quick drive scenarios, albeit some basic ones.

Thanks to the new functions of the Armstrong Powerhouse Sky & Weather Pack we’ve managed to introduce random weather to most of the Regio and IR scenarios, the idea being that now we can have slightly different scenarios each time we open them. Beware that in order to make sure that you have a random weather, you must first launch the scenario and exit it as soon as it’s loaded. All you have to do is then to launch it again from the Scenarios list without closing the game. Should you not like the weather, all you have to do is to redo the process. The scenarios with random weather are signaled as such in the description.

 

VERY IMPORTANT!

THE ROUTE IS STANDALONE AND YOU DO NOT NEED TO OWN V1 OR V2 IN ORDER TO BUY AND PLAY IT.

THE PRICE CONVERTED FROM LEI IS CIRCA 28 EUROS.

 

For the route and the scenarios to work properly you must buy and install Dovetail’s Train Simulator Classic (https://store.steampowered.com/app/24010/Train_Simulator_Classic/) and to install the scenery and infrastructure dependencies (RO Asset Pack, Catenary Pack, Romanian Template and Signals Pack) from https://railstudios.com (make sure to check out the tutorials: https://railstudios.com/tutorials). Also, you must also have the rolling stock from there (both freeware and payware) and the Sky & Weather Enhancement Pack from https://www.armstrongpowerhouse.com/sky_weather_enhancement_pack_2.0. Take note that if you don’t have the weather pack, you will have a default weather in the scenarios, missing on the dynamic effects and random weather that the AP is offering.

 

Installation

Launch the Utilities tool (that can be found in the game’s directory), click on Package Manager, click refresh and then install. From the new window select the .rwp files that were downloaded (from the .rar archive).

ATTENTION! If you already own Transylvania Route V2, it’s enough to only install the .rwp of the route itself and “Custom Objects 3”.

The archive also contains a version for the Romanian Asset Pack 6.1. DO NOT install the Custom Objects or the rwp file of the route from that particular folder if you installed the 6.5 version of the Romanian Asset Pack. Those are strictly for the 6.1 version.

 

System Requirements

Minimum:

  • x64, multi-core processor, 3 GHz
  • Video card GTX560 (or equivalent), 1 GB of video memory
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 2 GB disk space (7200 RPM)

Recommended:

  • x64 quad-core processor,  3,4 GHz
  • Video card GTX770 (or equivalent), 2 GB of video memory
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 2 GB disk space (SSD)

 

 

As a final note, we do not yet know where the next extension will be, but we will tease it when it shall be a certainty.

Thank you a lot for the continued support!

Also, special thanks to Scrumb1e for the custom 3D Objects and to Remus Iancu for the help he gave us last year with the infrastructure of the Cojocna-Cluj Napoca area.

 

The authors,

LucaR and TudorS

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