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Train enthusiasts rejoice! Train Simulator 2014 has been given an official release date.

The game will be available from September 26 on PC and allows players to travel at up to 300 km/h on 200 km of routes. The Hamburg to Hanover route has been added to this year’s version and players can download additional content via the Steam Workshop.

“I am very excited about the advances we have made with TS2014. We’ve developed a more personal and challenging career mode, richer creativity tools, and of course an ever more realistic driving environment,” developer Railsimulator.com Ltd boss Paul Jackson said.

“These are things which we know will appeal to our existing customer base, but will also deliver an exciting and engaging gaming experience to a much broader audience. I feel confident that TS2014 will be our most rewarding product to date.”

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Train Simulator 2014 Gets an Official Release Date

By Matthew Bennett | 07/31/2013 06:45 AM PT

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Train enthusiasts rejoice! Train Simulator 2014 has been given an official release date.

The game will be available from September 26 on PC and allows players to travel at up to 300 km/h on 200 km of routes. The Hamburg to Hanover route has been added to this year’s version and players can download additional content via the Steam Workshop.

“I am very excited about the advances we have made with TS2014. We’ve developed a more personal and challenging career mode, richer creativity tools, and of course an ever more realistic driving environment,” developer Railsimulator.com Ltd boss Paul Jackson said.

“These are things which we know will appeal to our existing customer base, but will also deliver an exciting and engaging gaming experience to a much broader audience. I feel confident that TS2014 will be our most rewarding product to date.”

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89