ZUSI 3 [Aerosoft Edition]
Track it down!
- Drive in the route network following pre-defined timetables. Hundreds of equal trains can operate at once in a timetable, influencing each other. An autopilot controls all trains other than oneâ€™s own
- Preview of every train with overview of timetable and vehicles
- Vehicles controllable with keyboard and mouse or the Raildriver Cab Controller
- Assistance for beginners: adjustable level of realism
- True-to-original driving and braking dynamics, incl. consideration of tilt, and air and curve resistance
- Simulation of various drive types and brake systems
- Train protection systems rendered with all functions relevant to the train driver
- Indusi I54, I60, I60R, PZB60 (Ã–BB), PZB90 1.5 und 2.0, PZ80, PR80R
- LZB/I80 with and without PZB90, CIR-ELKE, LZB full and divided block control
- GNT/ZUB122 and 262 with tilting technique
- ETCS (European Train Control System)
- Various Sifa systems are simulated in detail
- Various door protection systems
- Original sounds in surround
- True-to-original signalling. All German signal systems are included
- Exact, true-to-original track routing incl. super elevation even at points
- Tracks are built in modules that can be merged to larger networks within the timetable scenario
- Included editors to build your own timetable scenarios, vehicles, tracks, etc.
- Interfaces for geo data to build realistic and precise tracks
Zusi 3 Aerosoft Edition is especially suited for ambitious hobby train drivers, while beginners can easily and intuitively dive into the world of train simulation thanks to various assistance â€“ for example, it is possible to set the protection systems less strict for an easier learning curve.
In total, Zusi 3 comes with 10 routes from different eras, including the route Cologneâ€“DÃ¼sseldorf that was developed for the Aerosoft Edition. This means more than 500 kilometers of track for the virtual train driver to explore.
Zusi 3 can also be extended to your liking. At the time of release, numerous additional routes, vehicles, timetables, and more are already available. The included editors can be used to create own expansions for Zusi to share them with the community.
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|Official Release Date||Jun 25, 2019|