Train Simulator: Berlin – Leipzig Add-On
NOTE : Requires the base game "Train Simulator" with European Asset and Loco Pack in order to play. You can play this DLC with the Steam version of "Train Simulator".
About the game
The route Berlin-Leipzig for the Train Simulator is a continuation of our well known route Berlin-Wittenberg allowing a continuous route from Berlin to Leipzig which is a very important line.
Discover the approx. 195 km of electrified main line from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (main station) to Leipzig Hauptbahnhof. We have also included the branch to the new airport of Berlin-Brandenburg. Sadly this airport has not been opened yet in the real world. Adding to that is a stretch of 18 km of the Berlin S-Bahn including original AI trains and rolling stock as well as parts of the Leipzig Tram network, again with original AI trains and rolling stock.
Today this route is one of the most important train lines in Germany allowing speeds up to 200 km/h. Though being a modern line there are still many traces of the past to the left and right, signal boxes, station buildings, old depots. We have tried to capture this flair in this add-on.
Enjoy the cities and landscapes, beautiful nights and a great big sky above Berlin, Brandenburg, Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony on one of the most important train routes of Germany.
- 195km twin-track, electrified main line from Berlin Central Station (low level) to Leipzig Main Station
- branch line to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (which obviously is not yet the case in real life)
- 18km S-Bahn line including rolling stock from TTB for AI trains
- 46 detailed stations / stops
- Depot Bw Wittenberg with extensive shunting possibilities, diesel petrol station, coal bunker and water crane
- Yard Grossbeeren with several connections for shunting scenarios and container loading
- about 900km track in all
- detailed Ks-signalling system
- Including PZB (500/1000/2000Hz magnets) by virtual Railroads
- LZB from Railtraction.eu
- Mileposts every 200m
- Customised 3D vegetation
- Detailed, very meticulously animated night effects
- Tram in Leipzig including rolling stock for AI traffic
- Highly recognizable simulation / realistic landscape
- Rolling stock IC and double-decker coach RE160 with matrix display
- 9 scenarios
- Quick Drive scenarios
- OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 64bit
- Processor: 2,6 GHz processor (Multi Core recommended)
- Memory: 6 GB RAM (8GB recommended)
- Graphics: Geforce ® Nvidia GTX ® ab 512MB (1024MB recommended)
- DirectX : Version 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 6 GB available space