Train Simulator: Three Country Corner Route Add-On
Drive 130km (80 miles) of track through Austria, Germany and Switzerland, passing through 40 detailed stations!A tour de force in route design, with stunning scenery, country-specific signalling systems and custom objects throughout, the Three Country Corner Route is probably the most authentic, realistic and detailed route for Train Simulator to date!Brought to you by Just Trains, the Three Country Corner route lies at the heart of Europe and covers three countries. It starts at Lake Constance in Germany on the Island of Lindau, crosses over to the mainland on a railway dam, and then follows the shores of Lake Constance to the city of Bregenz in Austria.From there you have two choices - either continue on the main line or take a branch line into Switzerland. This branch line crosses the River Rhine, which forms the border between Austria and Switzerland, and continues on to the city of Rorschach where the line terminates.The main line starts its slow climb through the valleys to the city of Bludenz, surrounded by the often snow-capped mountains of the Alps, then becomes a single track mountain pass (Arlberg Pass) that winds its way through the Alps. When the tracks reach the very top of the pass at St. Anton, the route finishes.ScenariosTen scenarios for the route: Route Introduction: Part 1 Route Introduction: Part 2 Night Train Through the Valleys From Port to Port Down We Go No Business Like Snow Business There and Back REX Feldkirch-Bregenz The Three Country Hop Stopping Service to FeldkirchMore scenarios are available on Steam Workshop online and in-game. Train Simulator’s Steam Workshop scenarios are free and easy to download, adding many more hours of exciting gameplay. With scenarios being added daily, why don’t you check it out now!Click here for Steam Workshop scenarios.Key Features 130km (80 miles) of track covering three countries (Austria, Germany and Switzerland) 40 detailed stations Four different and highly realistic signalling systems Specially designed and accurate country-specific gantry systems Custom signs along the route, including speed signs, hectometer signs and warning signs Detailed and accurate country-specific station assets Specially designed tracks replicate the real-world tracks along the route Newly created track rule including realistic super-elevation Many custom buildings along the route Route-specific assets such as noise reduction walls and snow-retaining walls Faithful re-creation of the Arlberg Pass line including all the rapid gradient changes PZB speed monitoring system Includes 10 standard scenarios and 5 free roam scenarios in English and German Quick Drive enabledRead more . . .
Minimum system requirements
Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required