As I thought so then
As I thought so then
Since you're posting this announcement in English too, will the contest also be available for players outside of Germany?
Or do we not need to know German in order to participate since your instructions seem clear enough?
Not only FlixBus is taking over Europe, but also other continents such as America and Asia with the addition of Turkey
Last year FlixBus took over Poland's largest (in terms of national routes) bus company - "PolskiBus".
Since Fernbus Simulator is built upon the co-operation with FlixBus, I think this makes it more likely to see these countries in game, where FlixBus is operating in real-life
However, I think that there's a long way until we'll see countries from other continents as there's so many countries in Europe that haven't yet been implemented in Fernbus.
In my opinion, the map should be expanded in a logical order, starting with the countries bordering Germany, so that we'll get the largest map size possible.
The entire region of Scandinavia (including other Nordic countries) is beautiful and it would be reflected greatly in Fernbus
More passengers, transporting 10 people per 500 km is sad.
This is the response from TML-Studios on Fernbus' Steam Discussions page:
"Most users are satisfied with the number of passengers and luggage currently visible in the game. So, we don't have any plans to increase that number which would only reduce the performance."
I don't believe that most users are satisfied with this since users are constantly asking for more passengers on this community forum and therefore I think this issue should be reviewed again.
Ooo, nice to see it operating
When we approach the toll, do we have to press anything or will it be automatic?
MBO530 I agree, it makes it more realistic
This is a very good update. After doing some testing, here are my results:
[Attachment] Are the "shadows"/"reflections" on the bus supposed to be like that? It looks like there are some weird lines on the side of the coach which I've also seen in previous updates.
The Google Translator speech doesn't sound too good, I agree. in my opinion, it would've been better if the community had the chance to do some of the recordings for Tourist Bus Sim, especially in different languages, since we come from different countries But then again, it's better than nothing
I also think that passengers will speak French as it's more realistic for passengers to speak the official language of the country they are in
If you want to play X-Plane, you'll need a lot of time and patience to learn how to fly an aircraft. I've spent over 45 hours so far in X-Plane, and I still need more time to master a single aircraft (the Boeing 737-800 to be precise). Almost everything is made how it is in real-life.
When it comes to Microsoft's - next-gen - Flight Simulator, it seems like they want everyone to be able to able to play the simulator; casuals and enthusiasts.
If you're not an aviation enthusiast I would suggest you wait for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator and see what it offers.
The city of Berlin is already in Fernbus, so I guess you mean adding the 1:1 Berlin from The BUS to Fernbus.
I don't see how that would be possible on the current map module.
The map of Fernbus has a scale of 1:10, that includes the city of Berlin in that scale, whilst the map in The BUS has a 1:1 scale thus it would be too big to fit in.
The only way of implementing 1:1 Berlin would have to be on a seperate map module, but is there any point of this?
Release date: To be announced.
@when close In 2019 or later in 2020? , as the game look its seems to be ready.
There is still a lot to do I suppose on the programming side of things which might not necessarily have a visual impact on the game.
I strongly agree with you juls2008 , adding Poland into the game is the most logical expansion imo looking at the current state of the map after Benelux.
For now, Berlin seems like a dead end when travelling east, although it should be a Central Hub in Fernbus, allowing for connections to Central and Eastern Europe.
However, TML-Studios makes the decision in the end
There will always be players who don't wish to buy every single DLC so it's important to think of a workaround for the entire player base.
An example of a solution could be allowing the player to switch countries using the arrows which currently are named "Europe".
Maximus But how will you go to Italy without owning Austria & Switzerland DLC and France DLC on Career mode?
I think that it should first be the countries bordering Germany to get the most out of the map coverage and then progress from there whilst avoiding gaps in the map like Martin 40 Bus mentioned.
I think that the next DLC after Benelux could be Scandinavia, or at least Denmark, looking at the size of the previous DLC
Edit: Sami Nordlund I still think that the driver is too tall. You can tell this by going into the rear exit of the MAN Lion's Coach and seeing that the driver will hit his head when leaving the coach!