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Train Sim World revealed for PC, PS4, and Xbox One

All aboard for the July 24 release.

Dovetail Games (Train Simulator, Euro Fishing) has announced Train Sim World for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, which is a first-person sim powered by Unreal Engine 4 that allows players to operate trains on railways around the world. Players will have to deal with important tasks while controlling powerful locomotives, but can also choose to be a passenger on the train and watch the world go by.

"The dream of driving trains on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC in Train Sim World is now close to becoming a reality. We've strived to deliver the optimal experience for players on each platform and enable them to feel the detail and enjoy the work that has gone into crafting Train Sim World," says Rob O'Farrell, senior vice president of development at Dovetail Games.

Train Sim World will feature three different experiences in different locations: Northeast Corridor New York will let you work as an engineer on one of America's most famous railroads, driving "Amtrak passenger and CSX freight trains on the Northeast Corridor in New York City"; the Great Western Express lets you "drive high speed, passenger and freight trains on one of Britain's busiest railways, including the Great Western Main Line out of London's Paddington station"; and Rapid Transit, in which you "drive commuter passenger trains on one of Germany's historic city S-Bahn railways".

Train Sim World arrives on July 24 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Which experience looks the most entertaining?

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"A rich and compelling experience that will keep you entertained for hours on end, if you're willing to invest the time and learn."

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