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Zusi 3 Aerosoft Edition is a train simulation for PCs, the professional version of which is also being used in railway companies for engine driver training purposes.
release date: 18 Jun, 2019
developer: Carsten Hölscher
publisher: Aerosoft GmbH
About This Game
Enter the virtual cab and experience a train driver’s operations at the highest level of realism possible. Zusi 3 Aerosoft Edition is a train simulation for PCs, the professional version of which is also being used in railway companies for engine driver training purposes. It features faithful track recreations, authentic driving and braking behaviour, prototypical signalling and timetables, as well as various variants of the train protection systems PZB and LZB.
Zusi 3 Aerosoft Edition is especially suited for ambitious hobby train drivers. Beginners can learn the strings of this topic thanks to various assistances – for example, beginners and advanced users can 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 Cologne–Düsseldorf that was developed for the Aerosoft Edition. This means more than 500 kilometres of track for you to explore.
Zusi 3 can also be extended to your liking. Choose from a wide range of additional routes, vehicles, timetables, and more; download them, and add them to the sim – or use the included editors to create your own expansions for Zusi and share them with the community.
- 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 one’s own.
- Preview of every train with overview of timetable and vehicles
- Vehicles controllable with keyboard and mouse or driver’s desk hardware
- 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 (ÖBB), PZB90 1.5 und 2.0, PZ80, PR80R
- LZB/I80 with and without PZB90, CIR-ELKE, LZB complete and divided block control
- GNT/ZUB122 and 262 with tilting technique
- ETCS (European Train Control System)
- Various Sifa systems
- Various door protection systems
- Surround sound
- True-to-original signalling, all German signal systems included
min system requirement: OS: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Dual Core CPU with 2.8 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB VRAM
Storage: 3 GB available space
Sound Card: Yes
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ZUSI 3 - Aerosoft Edition user review
Warning! If you prefer so called "graphics" to physics then go and buy any of those simulator of dangling hoses like TSW or something. This program is a real training simulator which is using on German Railways (Deutsche Bahn).
A litte warning, if you want an easy dazy eye candy train simulator..you're wrong here.
I really want to be able to recommend this because if you know German it looks like an amazing sim that you can spend a lot of time in running trains like the real thing, more realistic than anything else out there right now, but I cannot. Unless you're solid in German, until there is good enough English documentation out there for it, don't even bother trying this yet. It seems all they've done to prep this for Steam was translate the UI and that's it. There is a _very_ extensive 90MB PDF manual included but is entirely in German but no translated version anywhere to be found.
Zusi 3 has gone to the top of my Train Driving sim list.
ZUSI 3 is not for the casual gamer.
I’m sorry that this sim is in my opinion ,not ready for the steam market.i will be honest I’m not computer literate and was hoping the sim would be easier to use.I tried several times installing and re installing thinking that was the problem ,The problem was me.I would like to say Aerosoft and Steam were patient and very helpful,I just wish it was more user friendly.please don’t let this comment put you off purchasing zusi 3 I cannot comment on the actual game play,I couldn’t get it to work.please look at making it more accessible to the older end who are only just getting bye,(computer wise) Thanks to Aerosoft for your help, and to the Steam team thanks Andy .
I have over 10 hours on the simulation now and really enjoy it. The train dynamics seem good and though the graphics are not great they suffice. The most important things is driving the train and that is challenging and fun. Definitely one of my new favorite train simulators. As for the language difficulty, the manual is good and is in English. I don't speak German but have had no trouble figuring out the game.
This is a simulator and not a game. It models all aspects of driving a train with unparalleled accuracy but has no focus on graphics.
This might be the most close to 'reality'-level, that is available for consumers. If you're new to any train simulation, this has a heavy learning curve and is not easy to start with. Other reviewers stated as well you might be better of with a other train simulation game.
I agree with all the comment's made so far.I am quite impressed.One thing that is annoying me,is how to operate the doors,Release/Open/Close.I keep getting penalised in the end of game evaluation.Would appreciate any guidance on what keys to press,as the manual is quite vague.