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Train Simulator 2020
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Train Simulator: Chatham Main & Medway Valley Lines Route Add-On
Train Simulator: BR Class 402 '2-HAL' EMU Add-On
Train Simulator: Feather River Canyon Route Add-On
Train Simulator: Western Pacific FP7 California Zephyr Loco Add-On
Train Simulator: Hamburg S1 S-Bahn Route Add-On
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Humble Train Simulator Bundle

All aboard the simulation train. Take control of powerful locomotives around the world in Train Simulator 2020! Master the operation of diesel, electric, and steam locomotives as you deliver passengers and freight to their destinations. Create your own railway, build your dream locomotive, manage your passengers, and more. Plus, your purchase will support a charity of your choice!

Pay $1 or more. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $449. Here at Humble Bundle, you choose the price and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle! Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys.

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Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! 39836344-0Nq6H.jpg
Surprised to see a South West Train on there, I thought that would be on some delayed DLC
Cold they didn’t include all 564 DLC packs Heat
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Nice one Buzz this is great value!
Bought, flipping amazing deal!! Was recently going to buy for like £30!!!
Cold they didn’t include all 564 DLC packs Heat
Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! 39836344-0Nq6H.jpg
Surprised to see a South West Train on there, I thought that would be on some delayed DLC
CAL2304/02/2020 19:24

Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! [Image]


and there i was thinking you were exaggerating
I'm surprised I already own this plus a few dlc.
CAL2304/02/2020 19:24

Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! [Image]



Bejesus! Could this be the most expensive game to buy all of it? I miss the old pc box days where you would buy an add on which came complete!
39836789-004x5.jpgAll DLC £ 6.5k
All aboard!!

Cheers Buzz!
Edited by: "SkinflintSteve" 4th Feb
Choooo choooo! That's a gift sorted for a family member. Cheers OP!
Has anyone tried the Chatham and Medway lines add on? I'd be curious to try it as I drive that route but it's not something I'd use frequently.
Hadn't intended too, but bought the lot.
Icedream04/02/2020 19:48

I'm surprised I already own this plus a few dlc.


I didn't check. Bought it, already own it....... never played it.
CAL2304/02/2020 19:24

Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! [Image]


Wow shocking
HowtoStand04/02/2020 22:05

Wow shocking


Not really. You're just going to buy the parts that interest you. You could probably spend £6500 on Michael Jackson music. Or... don't.
Vinski04/02/2020 20:48

Has anyone tried the Chatham and Medway lines add on? I'd be curious to …Has anyone tried the Chatham and Medway lines add on? I'd be curious to try it as I drive that route but it's not something I'd use frequently.


I currently live there. Having travelled it in person many times, I wouldn't be in any rush to play the simulated route anytime soon!
(I just went for the average )
EndemicAlarm04/02/2020 22:40

Not really. You're just going to buy the parts that interest you. You …Not really. You're just going to buy the parts that interest you. You could probably spend £6500 on Michael Jackson music. Or... don't.


How could you spend that much on Michael Jackson music ?
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CAL2304/02/2020 19:24

Then all you need is the £6,500 of DLC! [Image]


Is there a GOTY edition with all the DLC?
Karmazyn8304/02/2020 20:12

[Image] All DLC £ 6.5k


Could you imagine having to play it without the New Haven E-33 though ;-)

Pretty much a must buy at only 15 quid.
peakbear05/02/2020 07:14

Could you imagine having to play it without the New Haven E-33 though …Could you imagine having to play it without the New Haven E-33 though ;-)Pretty much a must buy at only 15 quid.


Hahaha new heaven e 33 is an iconic electric locomotive. It is everybody's dream. I think that few iconic trains are locked behind DLC but the real deal breaker are new train lines. These are a must have. Also 3,4 new trains but middle tier deal from HB is a good value. I got it but I am terrified that I will fall into the trap and start buying locomotives so I better keep the game uninstalled and try to forget that I have it
I will probably get it.
I will probably never play it.
If I do, I’ll play it once.
Had one of the early ones when my son was little and in in to “Thomas”. He loved it.
I will probably then re-buy it in a couple of years not realising I have it (as one have already done).
At least these are digital now and you don’t have a stack of plastic CD/DVDs sitting in a cupboard.
Worth a quid to see how a train works I guess. Can't imagine there's much depth here though! Not knocking the hobby, I have plenty of niche ones myself, but looking at this from a gameplay perspective
I choo-choo-choose you!
I bought Train Simulator ages ago and found it so buggy and poorly made it was unplayable. Everything needs you to buy expansion packs. The tutorial never worked AT ALL which was hilarious. Loads of stuff just didn't work. It was just super lame and put me off totally. The people / cameras were atrociously programmed - unbelievably bad. The only fun I had playing this game was just putting it on full speed and letting the train derail - I would just literally load up the game... turn up the engine to max... watch train derail... exit game...
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 5th Feb
Master_Yoda05/02/2020 11:25

I bought Train Simulator ages ago and found it so buggy and poorly made it …I bought Train Simulator ages ago and found it so buggy and poorly made it was unplayable. Everything needs you to buy expansion packs. The tutorial never worked AT ALL which was hilarious. Loads of stuff just didn't work. It was just super lame and put me off totally. The people / cameras were atrociously programmed - unbelievably bad. The only fun I had playing this game was just putting it on full speed and letting the train derail - I would just literally load up the game... turn up the engine to max... watch train derail... exit game...


This version? There are several.
Illusionary05/02/2020 11:43

This version? There are several.



I purchased Train Simulator 2013 and it was enough to put me off for life. Every year it got updated to the newer version so I had all the updates and latest versions and it was still buggy as hell - the tutorials never worked in any of the versions. When I click on my desktop, the icon says Train Simulator 2013, but I just checked and the popup during loading says it's Train Simulator 2020 - so I appear to have the latest version Train Simulator 2020, although I purchased 2013. Just double checked in Steam, and yes I have this 2020 version.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 5th Feb
Cheers for this, a lot of content for not a lot of money.
It’s boring enough doing it 5 days a week I’m not gonna be driving a train at home as well
Chuffin’ good deal
pr2thej05/02/2020 09:32

Worth a quid to see how a train works I guess. Can't imagine there's much …Worth a quid to see how a train works I guess. Can't imagine there's much depth here though! Not knocking the hobby, I have plenty of niche ones myself, but looking at this from a gameplay perspective


There are extemergamers who get off on cockpit perfect flight sims: Captaining from take-off to landing, "flying" intercontinental routes in real time with game servers allowing all the virtual pilots to see each others passage in real time or watch in horror as a plane develops faults or has to negotiate dreadful weather.

Trains journey through landscapes…but, skyscapes? The only redeeming feature in flight sims is the ability to switch on Autopilot and take a nap, browse the internet, watch TV or do a dance.

I’ve just reminded myself of my partners’ escapism. It’s watching hours and hours of DVD’s filmed by fanatics who love to watch mile-long US Freight Trains trundling hundreds of containers over thousands of miles of barren US land… Perhaps he’ll find this sim a bit twee.
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