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    Default TRS22 Confirmed

    No, this is not a joke or spam.

    https://info.trainzsimulator.com/trs22

    It's real.

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    RUMORS RUMORS SPECULATION!!!!!

    ITS HAPPENING BOYS!

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    Wait til you install the Trainz+ Beta stream...



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    Looks like they're heading deeper into Train Sim World territory. I do not think my computer will handle it and I might have to invest more in building it up more if I ever want that game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H222 View Post
    Wait til you install the Trainz+ Beta stream...
    I'm not a TP or Gold member, just a Platinum guy, so I won't get the betas, guess I gotta pay up

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNSF1995 View Post
    No, this is not a joke or spam.

    https://info.trainzsimulator.com/trs22

    It's real.
    Says who?

    Just because it's on the internet, that does not mean it is true. Although the https://info.trainzsimulator.com/ website links through to trainzportal.com, that is no guarantee that trainzsimulator.com is genuine. Any clever webdesigner can create connections like that.

    Perhaps I'm too skeptical. But for the moment, I consider the aforementioned TRS22 a hoax. Don't immediately believe everything you see on the web, @BNSF1995. What we need is independent corroboration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobKi View Post
    Says who?

    Just because it's on the internet, that does not mean it is true. Although the https://info.trainzsimulator.com/ website links through to trainzportal.com, that is no guarantee that trainzsimulator.com is genuine. Any clever webdesigner can create connections like that.

    Perhaps I'm too skeptical. But for the moment, I consider the aforementioned TRS22 a hoax. Don't immediately believe everything you see on the web, @BNSF1995. What we need is independent corroboration.
    No its a real site. You can get the link from here https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...51#post1897051

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    Egad, you're right, @hiawathamr! The source is Tony Hilliam, no less. I was wrong, and retract my suspicion that the trainzsimulator.com site is dubious. But.

    I would like to put forward that Auran's PR approach is [edit:] incomprehensible. Why announce TRS22 surreptitiously on yet another site, but not on the regular auran.com one, nor in a clearly labelled forum thread, but instead deeply buried inside a forum discussion of TRS19? And why publish a website about TRS22 that says there is soon going to be a website about TRS22? Shut up until you're ready to go, I would recommend.

    As far as I can see, no effort has been made yet to target paying customers owning TRS19 who might be interested in upgrading to a (hopefully even better...) version of Trainz. Where I do business, regular customers deserve a small, but noticeable bit of preferential treatment. No such approach with Auran.

    Come on guys, you can do better, marketing-wise.
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    I don't understand it either (and I don't think others do as well).
    I will say this however that N3V has some interesting ways of doing things.

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    Well, Auran hasn't existed as anything other than a domain name since 2007 I believe. N3V is a different company. Trainzsimulator.com was the domain of the Trainz Store but it was changed to trainzportal.com at some point in time. Clearly the site for TRS22 is still being developed but Trainsimulator.com is the traditional domain for promoting new products.

    TS3 is at https://info.trainzsimulator.com/ts3

    They own the domains so why not use them.
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    Suggest those reading this thread look at the following thread in the beta forum for details. TRS22 in it's earliest release was made available to Plus members this morning.

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...-Now-available
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    From the link in post #11

    "Changelist (from TRS19 SP4):
    This update is quite a major change under the hood from SP4. You should see that most the issues raised with the SP4 release are now fixed in this update."

    Does this mean that TRS2019 SP4 will not get these 'fixes'? Will I have to (eventually) purchase TRS22 to get them? Hmm, it has the makings of a conspiracy, with the emphasis on con!

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    What a lot of noise! A storm in a teacup!

    I downloaded and installed the new beta for Trainz Plus, TRS22, last night.

    As for N3V preparing a website, allegedly at trainzsimulator.com, this is nothing new. I would expect anyone releasing a new product to have a supporting/marketing site up and running before the release, just not advertised. They (N3V) did a similar thing before the release of TRS19. I accidentally came across a series of images, TRS19 screenshots, that had been uploaded to the Trainz Wiki for the relevant user documentation before the official announcement of TRS19.

    Now back to looking at TRS22, a much more productive activity than speculation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by robd View Post
    Does this mean that TRS2019 SP4 will not get these 'fixes'? Will I have to (eventually) purchase TRS22 to get them? Hmm, it has the makings of a conspiracy, with the emphasis on con!
    The term "con" is correct for anyone who believes that releasing an early TRS22 beta means that there will be no further "fixes" for TRS19. There is a long way to go before the retail version of TRS22 will be released.
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    Peter is right. There is only one codebase being worked on so any fixes for TRS19 will of course be in this beta of Trainz Plus. Whether there is a SP5 or just a hot fix 1, you will get bug fixes. What you won't get are features deemed exclusive to TRS22 unless of course you buy it.

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